Thursday, April 2 2020
The upsides to a pandemic: from jobs to teaching, it’s not all bad news
A climate boost, new work opportunities, an uptick in innovation, rethinking how we learn – there are many positives
We will fight it with torches, bricks and cutting machines, vow kids
Watch four young friends strategising on how they will rid SA of Covid-19
Defend SA from its cops, army before it’s too late
ANALYSIS | While Bheki Cele has since urged them to show compassion, his off-the-cuff initial response was telling
She fought one pandemic. Now this one has claimed her
The world-renowned medical scientist and professor won many awards for her groundbreaking work
Virus victim was a talented ad man, writer and artist who loved God
Tributes flood in for Louis Wilsenach, 79, praising him as an ‘amazing’ and ‘unique’ mentor
Don’t scoff: overeating during lockdown may widen SA’s girth
Health experts fear scores of Saffers will turn to their fridges and cupboards for Covid-19 comfort
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6 things you need to know
Eskom has 'a lot more capacity than needed'
Antibodies found that could treat Covid-19
First repatriation flight on way to Brazil
LGBTI+ communities unite for online Global Pride
Man 'sets girlfriend's house alight, killing five'
Virus-testing tent thieves urged to get tested
THE VISUAL SIDE
Research by medical specialists in Hong Kong shows how long Covid-19 can survive on different surfaces and in different environments. The surfaces tested included paper, tissue paper, wood, cloth, glass, a banknote, stainless steel, plastic and the inner and outer layer of a surgical mask.
The Chinese dragon is stirring, but don’t expect a quick recovery
The first major economy to emerge from lockdown is showing signs of limited revival
The Elvis and Cliff Richard hitmaker who sold his first song in Joburg
It was while Bill Martin was living in SA that he became convinced that his future lay in music
Just as we need to bring the outdoors indoors, along comes this wallpaper
Five reasons you need to take a closer look at the Secret Garden wallpaper range
We should all be Prada how Kering the luxury brands are being
From surgical masks to hand sanitiser, big companies are stepping up to help fight coronavirus
Blast from the past: it’s one helluva debut for Sanders
Today in SA sports history: April 2