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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Rugby Australia hails "good progress" in player pay talks
Rugby Australia says it has made “good progress” in negotiations with players representatives over possible pay cuts, saying talks which began Sunday were “positive and robust.”
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RCB burdened by title pressure - Kohli
Royal Challengers Bangalore need to rediscover the joy of cricket if they are to end their Indian Premier League (IPL) title drought, captain Virat Kohli has said.
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Netball SA president recovers from Covid-19, asks South Africans to take virus seriously
Netball South Africa President, Cecilia Molokwane has been in quarantine for the past two weeks after testing positive for the novel COVID-19 pandemic.
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Call for Liverpool to be declared champions
There is still no certainty about what will happen if the Premier League doesn't resume, but few are saying Liverpool shouldn't lift the title.
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'Hungry, afraid' mother of four fears family will be ruined if lockdown's extended
Vuyile Cele hoped government intervention was on the way as she feared the lack of knowledge and desperation to put food on tables would render the lockdown redundant.
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'Health professionals forced to buy own personal protective equipment'
This shocking revelation was made by National Education, Health and Allied Workers Union general secretary Zola Saphetha in an affidavit filed at the Labour Court.
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India's poor risk all to make the long walk home during lockdown
After Prime Minister Modi announced a lockdown, millions of migrant workers living in big cities realised they no longer had a job and many of them had no place to stay.
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Locked down? Use an app to party with your bros
Whether it’s watching a movie, doing a quiz or spending time with friends, technology is making virtual socialising easier for many South Africans.
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