53 workers at AngloGold Ashanti's Mponeng mine have coronavirus
Underground production at AngloGold Ashanti’s Mponeng mine will remain closed until further notice after 53 employees tested positive for the coronavirus.
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Green light to get economy back on track
President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that the government was organising a number of sector protocols with the business sector.
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WATCH: Rand trades on a softer footing
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Crackdown on companies that flout safety rules
The Department of Trade, Industry and Competition plans to close down companies that flout Covid-19 regulations.
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Cricket's saliva ban to shine the ball won't be forever, says Kumble
A recommendation banning the use of saliva to shine a cricket ball due to the novel coronavirus is only a temporary measure, says Anil Kumble.
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Audi Formula E driver disqualified after getting impostor to race for him
"I did not take it as seriously as I should have," said Daniel Abt after getting an impostor to compete in a virtual race.
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Premier League players eager to get back to 'normality'
Crystal Palace winger Andros Townsend says players are "desperate" to return to contact training.
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Oupa Manyisa set to stay with Sundowns beyond current deal
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has hinted that they will probably be keeping the players whose contracts expire at the end of June.
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Union takes Motshekga to court for reopening schools amid virus pandemic
Educators Union of SA says they reject the use of teachers and learners as guinea pigs used to test against an invisible enemy.
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Level 3 lockdown: Here's what's allowed from June 1 and what isn't
The move to level 3 lockdown on June 1 brings with it the opening of most sectors of the economy as well as the relaxation of a number of regulations which governed the movement of individuals under levels 4 and 5.
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From the president's desk: The solutions to Africa's problems reside within the continent
In his weekly newsletter, President Cyril Ramaphosa, who is also the chair of the African Union, commends the continent on its response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Winter is coming. KZN braces for a cold snap this week with snow expected on Drakensberg
SA Weather Services (Saws) forecaster Wisani Maluleke said the cold front would start affecting the province on Monday night while from Tuesday they were expecting low temperatures
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