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South Africa eases restrictions as new COVID-19 cases fall | Money Talks

More than 600,000 people have contracted COVID-19 in South Africa, more than any other country on the continent. That's led to huge job cuts and rising poverty in a nation that was already in crisis before the pandemic began. The government is now finalising a recovery plan that would address the effects of the coronavirus outbreak and aim to overcome economic hurdles that have hobbled the country for years. Paolo Montecillo reports. For more, we spoke to Thea Fourie in Johannesburg. She's the team lead for Sub-Saharan Africa at IHS Markit. #SouthAfrica #CoronavirusRestrictions #Panemic

Corona Times: The Impact of COVID-19 on the Media Industry

Corona Times: The Impact of COVID-19 on the Media Industry

Military coup forces embattled Mali leader to resign | Money Talks

Military coup forces embattled Mali leader to resign | Money Talks

California blazes torch record 9,300 sq km of land | Money Talks

California blazes torch record 9,300 sq km of land | Money Talks

Bangladesh’s unemployed are forced to rely on charities amid pandemic

Bangladesh’s unemployed are forced to rely on charities amid pandemic

Row over fishing rights could sink post-Brexit trade deal | Money Talks

Row over fishing rights could sink post-Brexit trade deal | Money Talks

Goldman Sachs admits to role in 1MDB financial scandal | Money Talks

Goldman Sachs admits to role in 1MDB financial scandal | Money Talks

Thai street vendors feed anti-government protesters | Money Talks

Thai street vendors feed anti-government protesters | Money Talks

Tesla reports record third-quarter revenue of $8.8B  | Money Talks

Tesla reports record third-quarter revenue of $8.8B | Money Talks

UK chancellor announces new coronavirus support package | Money Talks

UK chancellor announces new coronavirus support package | Money Talks

OxyContin maker pleads guilty for its role in opioid crisis | Money Talks

OxyContin maker pleads guilty for its role in opioid crisis | Money Talks

Syrian refugees revive bread-making tradition as prices soar | Money Talks

Syrian refugees revive bread-making tradition as prices soar | Money Talks

Refuse recyclers in Kenya lose livelihoods during lockdowns | Money Talks

Refuse recyclers in Kenya lose livelihoods during lockdowns | Money Talks

European economies reimpose restrictions as infections surge | Money Talks

European economies reimpose restrictions as infections surge | Money Talks

US to remove Sudan from state sponsors of terror list | Money Talks

US to remove Sudan from state sponsors of terror list | Money Talks

US sues Google over anti-competitive business practices | Money Talks

US sues Google over anti-competitive business practices | Money Talks

From humble beginnings, Czech guitar maker goes global | Money Talks

From humble beginnings, Czech guitar maker goes global | Money Talks

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