Ghana urged to consider tax breaks to ease blow from virus
Republic Bank Ghana Ltd. is urging the government to cut tax rates to cushion the economy from the fallout of the coronavirus.
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Covid-19 lockdown shows that SA's laws around eSignatures on last wills and testaments are outdated
South African law needs to recognise electronic signatures to authenticate important legal documents such as Last Wills and Testaments.
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IMF credit line a possibility for Morocco as virus slams economy
Morocco is considering tapping at least part of an about $3 billion liquidity line with the International Monetary Fund.
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Working from home: Do employers expect a miracle from a bunker?
Much of the management literature tends to overly concentrate on newer topics like technological advances in the workplace and grossly underplays the human element.
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Spurs fans urge club to emulate Liverpool
Spurs fans urged the club to follow Liverpool's move and reverse its decision to make use of a government scheme to pay furloughed staff.
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Fifa bribe allegations raise more questions over Qatar World Cup
The 2022 World Cup in Qatar has become the focus of fresh Fifa corruption allegations.
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WATCH: 'Private island' set to host UFC due to coronavirus pandemic
UFC president Dana White has said the mixed martial arts promotion is close to securing a "private island" to stage bouts.
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Mokwena’s head-coach plans still up in the air
Rhulani Mokwena is not ruling out the possibility of being an assistant coach again, but for now, saving the Chilli Boys from relegation is key
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With Boris Johnson in ICU for Covid-19 who is leading Britain?
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is stable in intensive care after receiving oxygen support to help him battle Covid-19, and while Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab chaired the government's Covid-19 emergency response meeting ministers refused to say who had ultimate control over the United Kingdom's nuclear weapons.
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SA lockdown: Waste pickers lose urgent court bid to be declared an essential service
The Gauteng High Court, Pretoria, has turned down an application by Lawyers for Human Rights to have waste pickers declared an essential service during the 21-day national lockdown.
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With over 16 500 dead, Italian doctors blame officials for coronavirus response failures
A letter signed by leading doctors, including the heads of 11 provincial health authorities within Lombardy, suggested failures within the local health system contributed to the greatest emergency Italy has faced since World War Two.
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Western Cape has recorded three Covid-19 deaths and currently has 490 infections
The Western Cape had recorded 490 Covid-19 infections, with 28 people having been admitted to hospital, with 10 receiving care in ICU.
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