A lengthier recession awaits if we don't take drastic measures to save the economy in a Covid-19 world, writes Mbhazima Shilowa.
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The global coronavirus death toll surged past 30,000 over the weekend as Europe and the United States endured their darkest days of the crisis.
A US cruise ship hit by coronavirus was given permission to dock late Saturday, while New York announced a state of emergency as confirmed cases across the country surged past 400.
Harvey Weinstein's high-profile sex crimes trial opens on Monday, more than two years after the scandal triggered the #MeToo movement that led to the downfall of dozens of powerful men.
In its current format, United Airlines' new direct flight between Cape Town and New York/Newark has the potential to bring additional tourism spend of R153m to the Mother City by 2021.
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Harley-Davidson announced that it had suspended production and delivery of its LiveWire electric motorcycle, which the brand had rolled out as part of a diversification push.
New York has signed the biggest-ever deals for offshore wind power in US history, a key part of the state’s plan to get all of its power from emissions-free sources by 2040.
Global auto giants Volkswagen and Ford announced they were expanding their alliance to include the development of self-driving cars.
The state’s environmental regulator says that it has finalised regulations requiring all power generators to meet new carbon-dioxide emissions limits
Airbnb guests will soon be able to book luxury suites in New York’s iconic Rockefeller Center.
The latest of the hundreds of confirmed cases nationwide were reported in Virginia, Maryland, DC and New York.
Bulk purchases of face masks, as many as 250 at a time, started earlier this week in the tiny New York district.
An intruder stabbed and wounded five people at a rabbi's house in New York during a gathering to celebrate the Jewish festival of Hanukkah late on Saturday.
South African "businessman" Eran Eyal has been convicted of defrauding investors of millions of dollars through three different investment schemes in the United States.
Lewis Hamilton was still celebrating with family and friends in New York on Monday after clinching his sixth Formula 1 world title and opening his heart at the United States grand prix.
Oil headed for its biggest weekly decline since the middle of July as a streak of disappointing economic data from the US and elsewhere added to fears a global recession is coming.
JPMorgan is hiring in sub-Saharan Africa as the New York-based bank works with companies to list their shares in London despite Brexit uncertainty.
Confronted with both serious measles outbreaks and a growing anti-vaccine movement, New York lawmakers voted Thursday to ban religious exemptions that would allow parents to circumvent school-mandated vaccination.
While drivers protest for better rights, Uber aims to raise enough revenue to take them out of the cars altogether.
Police say a woman was hacked to death and a second woman is being treated for stab wounds after a killer who may have used an axe attacked them inside a Brooklyn apartment.
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