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Coffee roasters fear port logjams could disrupt supplies
The world’s biggest roasters of coffee beans are looking to bring forward orders as a hedge against coronavirus-related port disruptions.
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The money’s not coming home: $690bn remittance risk
The amount of money migrant workers send to their home countries usually holds up well in a crisis. Not this time.
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Government likely to extend lockdown, but some concessions needed: Cosatu
Cosatu says the government is likely to extend the national lockdown but the trade union federation believes but that sectors of the economy and regions with a low infection rate should be granted some level of exemption.
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Shell’s 2019 greenhouse gas emissions fell due to asset sales
Royal Dutch Shell Plc’s greenhouse gas emissions edged lower last year due to asset sales.
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Olympic 800m finalist Donato Sabia dies from Covid-19
Twice Olympic 800 metres finalist Donato Sabia has died from Covid-19 at the age of 56, the Italian Olympic Committee (Coni) said.
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Stormers centre Jamie Roberts 'adds brain' to help Covid-19 frontline workers
Former Wales centre Jamie Roberts has set aside his rugby kit and begun working for Britain's National Health Service (NHS)
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Klopp keeps Liverpool players entertained during coronavirus pandemic
Liverpool striker Sadio Mane has praised manager Juergen Klopp for his positivity as the club's players sit idle with the Premier League on hold.
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Boucher pleasantly surprised by Proteas' youngsters
Team director Mark Boucher says he "got some answers" during his first summer in charge of the Proteas.
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Bernie Sanders suspends 2020 Democratic presidential campaign
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders suspended his campaign on Wednesday, making former Vice President Joe Biden the presumptive nominee to face Republican President Donald Trump.
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Icasa calls for more TV sign language interpreters
Icasa has warned that broadcasters will face fines of not less than R100K daily if they do not provide sign language interpreters for at least half of their prime time bulletins.
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'We don't know what is happening in Soshanguve': Outrage after yet another school wrecked
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi is up in arms after Soshanguve High School became the fourth school torched in the community in the past two weeks.
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Arrest Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams and Mduduzi Manana over lockdown lunch: F4SD
Former deputy minister Mduduzi Manana and all those photographed around his lunch table during the national lockdown must be arrested, Forum 4 Service Delivery said.
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