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South Africa's coronavirus

SA Goes into Level 3 Lockdown Prioritising Hotspots in Cape Town and Johannesburg

South Africa’s coronavirus cases continue to rise as the country moves to level 3 of lockdown. Where the focus will shift to hotspots and tailored interventions across districts and industries. The hotspots found so far, where there are more than 5 cases per 100,000, consist of the largest metros in […]

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Nigerian reopened businesses

Nigeria Govt. Reopens Banks, Hotels, and other Businesses

The Nigerian government has reopened businesses on Monday, as it began phase two of the ease of lockdown. The Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 Control unveiled the new guidelines on Monday. Airlines and other industry stakeholders were given until the 21st of June to carry out all appropriate arrangements […]

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Nigeria risk

Nigeria: Risk Managers Task Govt. on Risk Adoption to Mitigate Covid-19

The Risk Managers Society of Nigeria (RIMSON) has urged the government at all levels to take risk management measures to manage COVID-19 and mitigate its negative impacts on the country’s economy. According to the Society, the harsh realities of the catastrophic COVID-19 pandemic have revealed the vulnerability and relative lack […]

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Ghana parliament

Ghana Parliament’s Minority Members Oppose Government Plans to Borrow GHC10bn

Ghana’s Parliament’s minority members have decided to resist any government attempt to borrow GHC10 billion from the Bank of Ghana. Meanwhile, on May 15, the Bank of Ghana released GHC5.5bn to the Ministry of Finance, the first tranche of the total GHC10bn. Parliament’s Speaker, Prof Mike Oquaye, has referred the […]

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