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CAPE TOWN - Good morning. This is all the latest business news that you need to know today.
The South African currency rand was gripped by negative sentiment as coronavirus related fears compounded concerns regarding the domestic economy as Stage 4 loadshedding resumed yesterday according to NKC Research.
The South African Poultry Association has noted with dismay the misleading messaging by the SABC Morning Live transmissions on the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) through the consumption of chicken and eggs.
A funding solution from Standard Bank’s Real Estate Financing division has helped Growthpoint Investec African Properties Limited (GIAP) expand its sub-Saharan footprint, following the acquisition of properties from the RMB Westport Fund I (RMBW).
Some US officials are encouraging employees to work from home due to the spread of coronavirus. Because most companies are not set up for this, employees might be caught off guard.
Facebook has opened up applications for the Community Accelerator programme to South African community leaders.
The City of Cape Town said this week that it had noted an increase in the number of enquiries about the staging of events, particularly with international participation, given the extent of COVID-19 in some countries to date.
Nigeria’s fiscal and monetary authorities will announce measures in coming days to deal with the economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak.
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