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 Tshepo Sefotlhelo Picture: File
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As the world grapples with the effects of the Covid-19 coronavirus on business and the economy, it is clear that we need to come together at many different levels of our society to prepare for a different future.

The spread and impact of this virus is hard to imagine. The word unprecedented has been used time and again over the past two months to reflect the nature of the health crisis.

Indeed, there has never been a time when the world has had to shut down virtually all economic activity to contain a pandemic. At the same time, we are finding that there are no clear-cut answers on how to successfully manage Covid-19 and its effects. Every country is responding to the unfolding crisis as it sees fit.

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