Why South Africa should embrace flexible working Before COVID-19, formal employment in South Africa was stable and increasing modestly. Then the pandemic hit. Like most…View More Why South Africa should embrace flexible working
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North Korea has followed through on a threat to demolish a joint liaison office with the South, causing alarm around the world. The establishment of…View More Why did North Korea destroy liaison office?
On 20 May, Parveen Bano started to feel slightly breathless. When she told her son, Amir Pathan, he rushed her to the nearest hospital. He…View More Why this state has India’s highest mortality rate
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NEW Yorker Amy Cooper went viral after shocking footage was posted online of her threatening to tell the cops "an African American man is threatening…View More Why was Amy Cooper fired from Franklin Templeton? – The Sun
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A PRE-PANDEMIC survey warned that 13million British adults are now classed as obese – at a cost to the NHS of around £1billion a year.…View More Why can’t people like Adele lose weight without trolls having a go despite it being life-saving? – The Sun