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NEWS - TIMES LIVE
  • What to do if someone dies of Covid-19 in your home
    New regulations state that recently deceased bodies can still expel air from the lungs when being moved - posing a risk of infection even after death.
  • 52 Covid-19 deaths recorded in past 24 hours as cases up by more than 1,000
    Fifty-two Covid-19 related deaths were recorded in the past 24 hours, the health ministry said on Monday.
  • Twelve more prisoners test positive for Covid-19
    A dozen more inmates and one prison worker have joined the growing number of people within the department of correctional services who have tested positive for the coronavirus.
  • Protest against tobacco ban postponed to next week
    A group advocating for the lifting of the ban on tobacco products has postponed a planned march, saying it was doing so to make an "even bigger impact".
  • Open taverns and bring alcohol closer to the people, say liquor outlet owners
    Several liquor traders' associations have teamed up to plead with the government to allow taverns and shebeens to operate during lockdown level 3.
  • French car maker Renault could close plants and cut jobs: union
    Renault has called for a meeting with unions on Thursday regarding its cost-saving plans, a representative for far-left union CGT said on Monday.
  • NEWS - BUSINESS LIVE
  • German court rules VW must pay compensation to diesel vehicle owners
    Court ruling could influence outcomes in thousands of other "dieselgate" cases
  • Boris Johnson’s chief adviser Dominic Cummings defends lockdown trip
    Cummings says he will not resign over trip out of London to access childcare while ill with Covid-19
  • Ramaphosa cheers Africa’s fight against Covid-19
    AU chair says African countries learnt valuable lessons from previous outbreaks
  • Government to provide record behind the cigarette ban
    Lobby group says the information will form part of its urgent challenge to tobacco ban during lockdown
  • WHO suspends hydroxychloroquine trials over safety concerns
    World Health Organisation pauses testing the malaria drug on Covid-19 patients
  • Germany throws virus-hit Lufthansa a $9.8bn lifeline
    Lufthansa shares rise 7.5% following the bailout