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What you need to know about medical cover during the Covid-19 pandemic

A rise in Covid-19 infections is inevitable as the lockdown eases and people head back to work and school. It is therefore important to understand exactly how medical schemes will cover testing, hospitalisation and treatment...

By Tony Singleton 8 hours ago

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Covid-19: South Africa should build on HIV activism to foster behaviour change

During a recent run in Newlands Forest, Cape Town, I encountered a few runners and walkers without masks. When I asked one of them where his mask was, he replied: "I'm running outdoors and if you don't like, stay at home."...

By Steven Robins 1 day ago

Surviving a crisis depends on how quickly you adapt

Most businesses have been on one end or the other of the scale during this global crisis. On the one hand, some have been fortunate enough to be producing a service or product that has been in lockdown demand while others fall on the dismal end of the scale, suspended and wading their way through the muddy waters...

Issued by Adverb 2 hours ago

Radford Dale contributes half a million rand's worth of wine stock to Grub & Vine's #RestaurantRescueProject

Wine producer Radford Dale has committed to contribute half a million rand's worth of its stock to Grub & Vine's #RestaurantRescueProject - which is intended to assist South Africa's restaurant industry during the Covid-19 pandemic...

6 hours ago

Liquor orders in limbo

President Ramaphosa's surprise reinstatement of South Africa's booze ban on Sunday night has been met with mixed emotions and debate around the timing and lack of notice for affected industries...

8 hours ago

Alcohol and tobacco ban already devastating Treasury's coffers

Since the start of the Covid-19 lockdown, South Africans have been forced to make do without some basic products at the various levels including alcohol, tobacco and fast food.

By Bernard Sacks 10 hours ago

#OnTheFrontLine: Be kind to each other, says Dr Roslyn Lutaaya

Usually Dr Roslyn Lutaaya would be managing acute and chronic adult and child illnesses and providing basic antenatal care at Albow Gardens Clinic in Milnerton. But since the start of the pandemic, she works almost exclusively on screening, testing and treating patients...

1 day ago

Property transfers - what could be the delay?

Most sellers, purchasers, estate agents, banks and attorneys were relieved when it was announced that deeds offices could re-open on 4 May 2020 under the Alert Level 4 of lockdown regulations...

By Lethabo Mashishi 1 day ago

8 practical steps for organisations post-Covid-19

Covid-19 and the policies aimed at controlling it has changed how we work and what we consume. Major disruptions such as Covid-19 can cause fundamental shifts in social attitudes and beliefs...

By Adam Ikdal 1 day ago

Location intelligence - improving efficiencies for the logistics sector as lockdown eases up

As lockdown restrictions ease slightly in South Africa and some economic activities resume, the logistics and transport sector is likely to become a centre point of the "new normal: as consumers increasingly shift to remote shopping...

By Gary Allemann 1 day ago

Fraudulent relief claims spread rapidly around the world during Covid-19

A spate of government investigations into Covid-19 relief applications in South Africa mirrors a similar trend in governments across the world, as they seek to mitigate increasing instances of relief scheme fraud...

By Darryl Bernstein and Johan Botes 1 day ago

Travelport launches new Covid-19 smartpoint plugin initiative

The tool provides detailed information on a range of topics, including lockdown rules, entry requirements and quarantine measures for travellers...

1 day ago

National Arts Council approves R29.3m in funding, finalises project funding allocations

The National Arts Council (NAC) will assist more than 200 individuals and arts organisations after it approved R29.3m in funding...

1 day ago

Data shows 7 interesting shopping habits of South Africans during the lockdown

But exactly how have our shopping behaviours changed? Data shows interesting trends and demographics that may predict the South African shopping landscape for the future...

Issued by Hyperia s.r.o. 1 day ago

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