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A few short months ago, the world learned of a virus that was spreading rapidly through the province of one country, leaving little in its wake but chaos and mourning.
Since then, we have seen this virus get its own name – COVID-19 – and we have seen it spread from village to village, town to...Read more
The list of all critical and essential services and businesses exempted from the Covid-19 nation-wide lockdown includes CXPRESS.
“ENABLING SERVICES – To assist in the Covid-19 response, the following services are required to continue operations: Communication and media services on screen, TV,...Read more
The Western Cape has on March 24 reached a total of 125 confirmed Covid-19 infections. Ahead of the lockdown measures put in place by the national government, we call on residents in the Western Cape to heed our call to stay at home, and if they must go out, to keep 1.5 meter distance between...Read more
An IE report explains the four stages of a pandemic
THE FIRST STAGE, according to the report, is when cases of an infection are imported into a country which was not the source of the infection. In this case, all the countries outside of China which started reporting cases of coronavirus, reached...Read more
SOUTH Africa’s economy has seen better days. With the addition of the coronavirus outbreak, the current state-of-affairs is not looking promising. “Exploiting this recession may be the only strategy for survival,” says Ian Rheeder, head of Markitects Consulting.
Since 1994 South Africa has...Read more