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South African state power utility company, Eskom announced on Thursday 21 of its employees have been infected with Covid-19.
Retail pharmaceutical group Dis-Chem Pharmacies yesterday said it had deferred its dividend payment to preserve cash in order to deal with the uncertainties created by the Coronavirus pandemic.
The South African rand rallied against a receding dollar yesterday, buoyed by improving global risk appetite according to NKC Research.
Naspers Foundry, Naspers's start-up fund, on Wednesday announced a R100 million investment in agritech business Aerobotics due to its "world-class technology solution" in food security.
Cell C is set for a takeover by one of the largest network providers with the Competition Commission working on terms that could save the company to rescue the company and save jobs.
Retail trade sales lifted by 2 percent in February, following January’s 1.3 year-on-year increase.
Peach Payments, an electronic payments platform for entrepreneurs, SMEs and large businesses in South Africa, said yesterday it had grown monthly customer acquisitions by 400 percent since February.
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