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What happens to a car sector that can’t…

What will become of the car industry if it cannot build cars? With car plants on both sides of the Atlantic shutting down for the next few weeks due to coronavirus, we’re about to find out. When…

In case you were wondering, it’s legal to…

As national travel bans and local restrictions aimed at curtailing the spread of Covid-19 pile up, including an order for California residents to shelter in place, it’s time to ask whether bans on interstate travel would…

SA pumps-up liquidity, JSE to get strict on rules

South Africa’s central bank announced a raft of emergency liquidity measures on Friday to ease the stress on banks caused by the coronavirus outbreak, while the stock exchange regulator may take its own steps as surging…

SA to mull relief measures as coronavirus cases…

South Africa will consider further economic-relief measures to soften the impact of the coronavirus outbreak and assess efforts to slow the pace of the pandemic at a National Command Council meeting on Sunday. President Cyril…

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Cameroon streets crowded despite COVID-19

Despite preventive messages and recommendations announced by the Cameroonian government in dealing with the rising cases of the new coronavirus, many are not adhering to these measures.Notwithstanding the ban of more than 50 people at…

COVID-19: libya’s Haftar forces enforce night curfew

Forces loyal to Libyan strongman Khalifa Haftar have been deployed to enforce a night curfew imposed since Wednesday in anticipation of an outbreak of the new coronavirus in the war-torn country. The parallel government controlling…