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15th April 2020 One of democracy’s strengths is that it allows its critics to complain about it loudly. The current complaint in South Africa from some... →
14th April 2020 In the second week of March the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared COVID-19 a pandemic. By mid-March the disease had spread rapidly in many... →
9th April 2020 The coronavirus and its economic consequences have caused economic tsunamis in every country in the world. The scale of the onslaught will dominate... →
9th April 2020 As the SARS-CoV-2 virus spreads around the world, causing the disease COVID-19, it is becoming ever clearer that the solutions to this pandemic... →
9th April 2020 Africa’s preparedness for containing the spread of Covid-19 is determined by several factors. So far the focus has been on Africa’s weak health... →
8th April 2020 During a state of emergency, governments, as the duty-bearers, are allowed to temporarily suspend the exercise and enjoyment of some rights. They... →
8th April 2020 Just weeks after confirming the first case of COVID-19 in South Africa, the government ordered a lockdown in an attempt to flatten the curve of... →
7th April 2020 The World Health Organisation (WHO), in its quest to find efficacious therapies to treat Covid-19, plans to conduct a multi-arm, multi-country... →
3rd April 2020 As the COVID-19 crisis unfolds, the focus of business leaders and others has been on immediate responses and short-term time horizons. This is for... →
3rd April 2020 As the COVID-19 pandemic took hold in South Africa two weeks ago, the first glimpse emerged of the lengths to which people would go to avoid... →