Right now the coronavirus is not something to feel positive about, but hopefully when the world recovers from this pandemic (we hope!), the human race will emerge from the abyss the better for it, after learning some very hard lessons. They say that what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger and, sadly, the coronavirus hasContinue reading “5 Lessons Learned & The Positive Side-Effects Of Covid-19”
American stock markets are plummeting and Donald Trump’s economic gains as president have now been completely eradicated, while the other major stock markets around the world aren’t doing any better.
After the number of patients infected by the coronavirus in Italy rose beyond 1,000 yesterday, global stock markets have been devastated by their worst losses in 30 years. However, there has also been some good news coming out of South Korea.
United States President, Donald Trump has responded to the growing fears of a coronavirus outbreak in America by pitching a payroll tax cut to mitigate economic uncertainty.
There have now been three cases of coronavirus confirmed in South Africa and the global economy is feeling the impact of the developing global pandemic. So what does this mean for South Africa’s economy, considering our existing frailties? On Sunday, Health Minister Zweli Mkize, confirmed that a third person had tested positive for COVID-19. “AContinue reading “COVID-19 & Plummeting Rand: What Does It Mean For SA’s Economy?”