Yes there is disruption - but also opportunity
We have been through tough business situations like this before. This is not the first time and it may not be the last.
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Unions to take legal action to prevent SAA liquidation; call for Mboweni to be fired
Numsa and Sacca had noted "with absolute shock and dismay" the recent press statements attributed to Mboweni and the National Treasury to the effect that SAA "should be closed down".
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Icasa planning to issue invitations for licensing radio frequency spectrum
Icasa is planning to issue invitations for the licensing of the radio frequency spectrum and the Wireless Open Access Network (WOAN).
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SAA business rescue plan thrown into a tailspin
The multi-billion rand proposed business rescue plan for South African Airways (SAA) has been thrown into a tailspin.
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Denly gets England selectors backing ahead of first Windies Test
England national selector Ed Smith gave his vote of confidence to batsman Joe Denly ahead of the first Test against West Indies starting July 8 at the Ageas Bowl.
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Guardiola confident City's UEFA ban will be overturned
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is confident the club will win their appeal against a two-year UEFA ban from European football.
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Masks and remote-control trolleys for F1's new-look podium
Formula One race director Michael Masi outlined details of the new post-race procedures in a note to teams ahead of the sport's first championship grand prix to be held entirely without spectators.
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WATCH: Man Utd's Solskjaer hails 'specialist finisher' Greenwood
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer described teenager Mason Greenwood as a "specialist finisher" after the striker scored a brace in their 5-2 Premier League win over Bournemouth on Saturday.
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SIU probes Molefe’s ‘apartheid unit’ guard
The Special Investigating Unit is investigating how former apartheid hitman Casteling “Calla“ Botha was irregularly appointed “to render close protection security services” for R6-million to Popo Molefe.
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Municipal managers cite political interference as factor requiring attention to deal with municipal rot
An association of municipal managers nationwide is proposing a range of interventions to ensure that municipalities do not continue to squander public funds.
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DA says shortages of critical medication in Free State is 'culpable homicide'
The DA had submitted questions in the Free State legislature to health MEC Montseng Tsiu after receiving complaints from the public regarding shortages of life-sustaining medication.
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FACTBOX: The latest on the worldwide spread of the coronavirus
Cases of Covid-19 are still surging - on Saturday the World Health Organization reported more than 200 000 new cases of the disease globally for the first time in a single day.
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