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Droppa, the bakkie version of Uber shifts business model in Covid-19 response
Droppa, the bakkie version of Uber, said yesterday it was shifting the focus of its business model in response to the Covid-19 lockdown.
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What compensation can you get if you contract coronavirus at work?
In order to qualify, the occupational acquired Covid-19 disease (OACD) must have been contracted by an employee in the course of his or her employment.
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South African e-commerce retailer has launched Essentials Shop that will deliver essential items to customers.
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Tech News: Data and Artificial Intelligence in the Covid-19 crisis
If big data is combined with AI, it becomes a powerful tool that could assist in limiting the spread of a disease.
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Another lifeline for Masilela at AmaZulu?
AmaZulu keen to keep veteran defender Tsepo Masilela
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Anderson upbeat despite cancellation of grass-court season
South Africa’s Kevin Anderson has hailed the decision to cancel this year’s edition of Wimbledon - one of the four tennis Grand Slam events.
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WATCH: Eddie Jones has ‘unfinished business’ with England
Eddie Jones has decided to stay on as England coach through to the 2023 Rugby World Cup after concluding “the project hadn’t finished”.
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'Running Mann' going full ‘Iron Man’ in his own backyard
While many a runner is frustrated by the coronavirus-induced lockdown, Stuart Mann will do a full Home Ironman for charity in his backyard.
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Volunteerism continues for Capetonians undeterred by Covid-19 lockdown
Volunteerism an already defining characteristic among the majority of South Africans, has increased markedly during the countrywide lockdown.
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Wits moves to online teaching amid lockdown
University of the Witwatersrand has decided to move classes online in an effort to not lose the academic year.
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'Teddy Mafia' claims Metro cops ruined son's 16-day ceremony
Yaganathan Pillay stuck to compliance forms at gunned-down son's 16-day ceremony, but cops were having none of it
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Lawyers push for order to allow waste pickers to keep on working
According to Louise Du Plessis, they received positive feedback from the government that it might allow them to continue
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