Sunday , 25 October 2020

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  • SA post-COVID economic recovery plans unveiled

    SA post-COVID economic recovery plans unveiled

    by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG – SOUTH Africa will commit R100 billion ($5.8 billion) to create over 800 000 job opportunities, embark on a massive infrastructure drive and fight ...

  • New distinguished wine brand enters SA market

    New distinguished wine brand enters SA market

    by DEON HENDRICK CAPE TOWN – VUYA Wines, the latest entrant in the local market, has launched its inaugural selection of two varieties, namely Sauvignon Blanc and Red Blend. Christ ...

  • Top ranked alcohol delivery app defies lockdown

    Top ranked alcohol delivery app defies lockdown

    by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG – THE ban in the delivery and sales of alcohol will remain of the lingering memories of South Africa’s lockdown against the coronavirus (COVID-19). Whi ...

  • Avon’s Far Away Rebel & Diva launched

    Avon’s Far Away Rebel & Diva launched

    by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG – AVON has re-launched the Far Away Rebel & Diva, which the company says is the next step in the journey of the perfume powerhouse that is its numb ...

COVID-19 spoils record year for SADC citrus sector

COVID-19 spoils record year for SADC citrus sector

by MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG – THE emergence of Europe as the epicentre of the raging coronavirus (COVID-19) has put a dent in a record year for the citrus industry in Souther ...

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COVID-19: Sex workers to flee South Africa

COVID-19: Sex workers to flee South Africa

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  PRETORIA - COMMERCIAL sex workers in South Africa are considering returning to their native countries following President Cyril Ramaphosa's declaration of the ...

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SA targets SADC to empower its black industrialists

SA targets SADC to empower its black industrialists

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG – TRADE between South Africa and Tanzania is poised to increase beyond R7 billion (US$453 million) as the former assists its black industrialists ...

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Africa tourism expo on despite COVID threat

Africa tourism expo on despite COVID threat

from NJABULO BUTHELEZI in Durban DURBAN - IN spite of the threat of the coronavirus (COVID-19), South African Tourism (SAT) has no plans to postpone or cancel the Africa Travel In ...

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Global issues, local concerns pummel SA economy

Global issues, local concerns pummel SA economy

by AKANI CHAUKE  JOHANNESBURG – ANALYSTS have forecast a further recession of the South African economy because of load shedding, the raging coronavirus (COVID-19) and government ...

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Resurgent agro sector raises SA job creation hopes

Resurgent agro sector raises SA job creation hopes

by AKANI CHAUKE  JOHANNESBURG - THE rejuvenated agricultural sector has emerged the industry offering the biggest hope for employment creation in South Africa, a country burdened ...

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Time running out for Africa to fight hunger

Time running out for Africa to fight hunger

from ADANE BIKILA in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia ADDIS ABABA - AFRICAN leaders are racing against time to end malnutrition and stunting by 2025. Speaking at the African Leaders for Nutr ...

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Rearing goats a boon for young graduate

Rearing goats a boon for young graduate

from SUKUOLUNHLE NDLOVU in Masvingo, Zimbabwe MASVINGO – A YOUNG Great Zimbabwe University (GZU) graduate has taken goat breeding to a higher level. Gracious Rumbidzai Shonhai (24 ...

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Zimbabwe food stocks might run out in February

Zimbabwe food stocks might run out in February

from MARCUS MUSHONGA in Harare, Zimbabwe HARARE - HALF of Zimbabwe's population enduring hunger faces a bleak future amid fears humanitarian agencies' food reserves could run out ...

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Maize prices rising beyond reach of vulnerable Mozambicans

Maize prices rising beyond reach of vulnerable Mozambicans

from ARIMANDO DOMINGOS in Maputo, Mozambique MAPUTO – THE escalating price of the staple maize - it has doubled in some regions impacting negatively on poor households, mostly sti ...

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