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  • Funny And Inspirational Stories From Around The World

    Funny and inspirational stories from around the world We’re seeing it all around us; people are sharing outrageous conspiracy theories, doctored statistics and images and inviting us to ‘revolutionary’ opposition groups. Governments and health authorities are fumbling with regulations and losing their credibility through hasty or sluggish action. Some fear for their health, others fear for their livelihoods, the two

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  • Lockdown Vs Breakdown

    Citizens vs State: lockdown or breakdown? Though the world entered the new year of 2020 with a dramatic bang of upheaval, South Africa seemed – until lockdown – to be in a fairly good place compared to recent years. In fact, the country seemed to unite as one for the first time in decades as we faced a novel threat

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  • COVID-19 And The Economy

    COVID-19 and the economy: why you should move your Rands abroad One of the most pressing matters amid this global pandemic is undoubtedly the loss of income so many people are suffering around the world. With the pandemic affecting markets worldwide, South Africans had hoped for a slight reprieve – as there were indications that investors were eyeing emerging markets

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  • A Virtual Escape: Take a break from lockdown

    Travel with us… The world has faced changes the likes of which have never been seen before in history. Indeed, there have been pandemics before, there have been political crises and armed conflict. History is littered with death, destruction, economic crashes and strict regulations imposed by states. But never before in times like these – when everyone is virtually connected,

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  • Tools And Hacks For Working From Home

    Tools And Hacks For Working From Home In our previous article we covered some ways in which COVID-19 is changing the world. Today we’d like to delve a bit deeper into one of those topics, namely satellite offices and remote working. A new way of working It’s quite surprising to think how fast the world has adapted to the changing

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