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Remote working during the lockdown: not quite ‘business as usual’, but the right tools and thinking can assist

Having their employees working from home during the current lockdown phase has become the current ‘new normal’ for many companies around South Africa, and indeed the world. And as much as people are trying valiantly, it is not quite ‘business as usual’. ...

2020-04-08 - from South Africa

Covid-19 coronavirus: 66 at South African hospital have infections, mostly staff

Sixty-six people at a single hospital in South Africa have tested positive for the coronavirus in the past few days, the health minister said today, as anxiety rose among health workers over the shortage of protective gear.At least... ...

2020-04-08 - from New Zealand

Rugby: Warren Gatland reveals audacious plan for Lions vs All Blacks test series decider

By RugbyPass.com British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland has floated the notion of settling the 2017 drawn Test series with the All Blacks prior to next year's trip to South Africa. With rugby currently in lockdown due to... ...

2020-04-07 - English from Undefined Country

Tough choices about who gets ICU access: the ethical principles guiding South Africa

Emergency doctors and nurse performing CPR and inserting an IV drip on a patient. GettyImagesJust 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 infections. One of the reasons was to avoid overwhelming the ...

2020-04-07 - French from France

Covid 19 Coronavirus: Pumas roam Santiago Chile and big cats return to South Africa town

SIGN UP TO OUR COVID-19 NEWSLETTER.SIGN IN OR REGISTER, THEN SELECT TOP NEWS STORIES A third puma has been found wandering the empty streets of the Chilean capital, Santiago, since neighbourhoods have been told to shelter in place.City... ...

2020-04-07 - English from New Zealand