Ventilator tycoon adds $3.7bn to wealth on demand rush
Three founders of a company that makes ventilators have added a combined $7.3 billion to their wealth this year.
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For your next video chat, give the wall behind your mug some love
The wallpaper business was booming before coronavirus forced us all to contemplate the state of the walls in our home.
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When the picture isn't pretty: How influencers are adapting to lockdown
Life has changed drastically since the Covid-19 coronavirus caused a global shutdown.
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Over half of Americans are postponing weddings—till when, few know
One of the last weddings performed in public in Las Vegas was on St. Patrick’s Day.
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Springbok doctor on the front-line of coronavirus pandemic
Jerome Mampane is concerned that the coronavirus could irreparably cripple the world of sport.
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OPINION: Blame greedy owners... not the footballers
And so, after all the years of plenty, after all the years of taking, when the nation was plunged into a crisis and football’s rainy day came, the Premier League’s billionaire owners had a simple message for us: there’s nothing left.
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Lakers legend Kobe Bryant to be inducted into Basketball Hall of Fame
The obvious became official, Kobe Bryant headlining one of the greatest Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame classes ever, joining Duncan and Garnett - two of the players with whom he defined a generation of basketball.
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Australia coach says empty stadiums an option on resumption
Australia coach Justin Langer says playing cricket without fans in the stadiums is an option worth considering if it helped get the game going again after the worst of the coronavirus crisis has passed.
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Ladles of Love are feeding the homeless during lockdown, and here's how you can help
Volunteer run soup kitchen Ladles of Love is feeding an estimated 1 000 homeless in Cape Town’s CBD during South Africa's 21-day lockdwon to combat the spread of Covid-19.
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Australia upbeat over slowing coronavirus spread, urges vigilance
Australian health officials said on Sunday they were cautiously optimistic, but warned social distancing restrictions are to stay in place for months.
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Anxious wait for over 2 000 SA citizens stranded abroad
As many as 2 313 citizens are stuck overseas at airports, in hotels or school residential areas, who were unable to leave before flights from high-risk Covid-19 countries were denied entry.
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Let churches open, urges prominent preacher
Controversial Durban Zionist Bishop Bheki Timothy Ngcobo has defied the government’s regulations and is lobbying church leaders from other provinces to urge the government to open churches.
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