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  • Destruction of 5G towers is criminal, warns KZN premier
    KwaZulu-Natal premier Sihle Zikalala has warned that the destruction of 5G towers will be treated as an act of criminality.
  • 'The money will be there' — Ramaphosa promises Treasury will have the cash for Covid-19 vaccine
    President Cyril Ramaphosa on Friday allayed the fears of many South Africans, saying the Treasury would have the money to fund the much-anticipated Covid-19 vaccine.
  • Fewer protests in 2020, but that doesn't mean people are happier
    Although 2020 saw a nine-year low in service delivery protests, much of this can be attributed to lockdown months.
  • Peterhansel extends his record to 14 Dakar victories
    French veteran Stephane Peterhansel won the Dakar Rally for a record-extending 14th time on Friday, and his eighth in the car category, after a gruelling two weeks in the Saudi Arabian deserts
  • South Africans called to action as People’s Vaccine Campaign is launched
    A campaign launched by emerging civil society group the C19 People’s Coalition is calling for the support of South Africans to ensure that access to and allocation of the Covid-19 vaccine is free and fair.
  • Total quits API over climate change differences
    The influential American Petroleum Institute is under pressure as investors want a move away from fossil fuels, and as Joe Biden plans to rejoin the Paris Accord
  • MARKET WRAP: JSE weaker as US stimulus ‘already priced in’
    The all share lost 0.52% and the top 40 0.49%, with the rand falling along with its emerging-market peers
  • Steinhoff sets out plan for creditor approval for shareholder claims
    The beleaguered retailer has undertaken legal processes to obtain the requisite authority to reach settlements with shareholders
  • PODCAST | Could Joe Biden’s inauguration mean better prospects for emerging markets?
    Host Mudiwa Gavaza speaks to Sanisha Packirisamy, an economist at Momentum Investments
  • Ramaphosa confirms AU vaccines allocated by population size
    SA will access doses from the AU arrangement, the WHO Covax facility, and direct deals with manufacturers
  • US agencies say rioters wanted to ‘capture and assassinate’ elected officials at the Capitol
    In one of the most expansive US investigations, with all 56 FBI field offices involved, hundreds of criminal cases are expected to be opened