Tsogo Sun Hotels core profit hit by travel restrictions
Tsogo Sun Hotels on Friday reported a 9 percent fall in annual core earnings and did not declare a final dividend.
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OPINION: How to prepare for the new world of digital workers
In order to make the most of our employees’ time and the skills they have, and take advantage of a digitally-connected, remote workforce.
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Uber launches hourly ride booking option in some US cities
Uber said it would offer rides by the hour in some US cities, a feature aimed at helping Americans with essential trips during the coronavirus pandemic.
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OPINION:The fight to remain relevant after Covid-19
While we’ve experienced a lot of the downside of Covid-19, we must look at the opportunities it presents for the country’s local economy.
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Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers says he had coronavirus
Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers said he experienced “breathlessness” before fully recovering.
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Polish football supporters to return to stadiums from June 19
Only 25% of the capacity of stadiums will be used in order to prevent the novel coronavirus from spreading.
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Comitis backs Fifa 'impractical' decision on spitting
Cape Town City chairman John Comitis was pleased that world football had settled for common sense in the matter.
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Cricket SA announce nominees for first-ever 'virtual' Awards
As has been the case for some of its affiliates, Cricket SA will follow suit with its online annual Awards, which recognise the top achievers in the game.
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LIVE: Health Minister Zweli Mkhize provides Covid-19 update
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize is briefing the nation on his department's interventions as the country prepares to move to level 3 lockdown on June 1.
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Real-life court drama unfolds in Western Cape
The waters are so muddied in the battle between Western Cape Judge President John Hlope and his deputy that the High Court is divided almost in half, writes Pinky Khoabane.
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SA lockdown: Homeless booksellers in Durban raise R16 000 using e-commerce site
Durban-based Micromega Publications invited 14 homeless booksellers from the Booksellers of Mzansi project to sell their wares via their e-commerce site, which enabled the booksellers to raise R16 000.
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32 schools in the Western Cape are affected by Covid-19 cases
Education MEC Debbie Schäfer has revealed the number of schools and teachers affected by the Covid-19 in the Western Cape ahead of the schools reopening on Monday.
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