Touching lives at 30,000 ft – CemAir CEO on flying supplies to Durban amid civil unrest
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Touching lives at 30,000 ft – CemAir CEO on flying supplies to Durban amid civil unrest

Miles van der Molen is the founder and chief executive of CemAir. As looting and civil unrest gripped the Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal provinces, the aviation CEO (like many other selfless South Africans) took it upon himself to assist those in need, flying essential supplies to Durban in his own planes – and at his own…

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Insurrection/Zulu mobilisation are ghosts cooked up by the ANC – Moeletsi Mbeki

As South Africa slowly comes to terms with the widespread looting of the past week, there have been many explanations for why this has happened and who is behind it, with fingers pointing in every direction. Some have attributed it to Zulu or ‘ethnic mobilisation’ and an ‘attempted insurrection’. However, political analyst Moeletsi Mbeki rejects…

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BTC, ETH, XRP, DASH, COMP, ENJ, SOL — Technical Analysis July 20

Bitcoin (BTC) has fallen below the $30,300 support area. Ethereum (ETH) is approaching the $1,500 horizontal support area. XRP (XRP) has fallen below the $0.59 area but could potentially create a double bottom pattern. Dash (DASH) increased by 71% on July 19 but fell shortly afterwards, creating a long upper wick with a magnitude of…

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US Financial Authorities Discuss Stablecoin Regulation at President’s Working Group

Several U.S. governmental figures, including Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, discussed stablecoin regulation, saying that recommendations would be published in the coming months. The United States, alongside the rest of the world, appears to be increasingly intent on regulating stablecoins. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, no stranger to commenting on the regulation of the crypto market, told…

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What Changed in Crypto Markets While You Were Sleeping — July 20

BeInCrypto presents our daily morning roundup of crypto news and market changes that you might have missed while you were asleep. Bitcoin update BTC had been trading inside a range between $30,300 and $40,550 since May 19. While it had fallen below the support area a few times, it did not reach a daily close…

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Ethereum Prices Near $1,559 Before London Upgrade and EIP-1559 Rollout

Many industry observers and analysts have jokingly commented about Ethereum prices dumping to $1,559 before the highly anticipated EIP-1559 upgrade is actually rolled out. It seems that those who predicted the big price crash may actually see it come to pass. Today’s massive market slump has wiped 9% off the price of Ethereum over the…

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‘Anarchy in SA poses no threat to EasyEquities investors’ – Charles Savage

Last week’s anarchy left some BizNews community members wondering about the safety of their EasyEquities investments. To address these concerns, BizNews founder Alec Hogg went straight to the source and invited Charles Savage – Purple Group CEO and EasyEquities CEO and founder – to join the BizNews Power Hour. EasyEquities investors can breathe a sigh…

“The visions for the rest of the world just made us the laughing stock” – David Shapiro
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“The visions for the rest of the world just made us the laughing stock” – David Shapiro

As is customary for a Monday, David Shapiro joins the BizNews Power Hour talks all things civil unrest and its effect on the JSE, which has held up relatively well during these trying times in South Africa. David is a seasoned analyst with vast experience and he notes that the events that played out last…

Flash Briefing: Destruction in wake of riots, looting; govt considers stipends to address poverty; Cajee brothers got ‘golden passports’
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Flash Briefing: Destruction in wake of riots, looting; govt considers stipends to address poverty; Cajee brothers got ‘golden passports’

Listen on iTunes  An uneasy calm prevailed across most of South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng provinces as key roads reopened and clean-up operations began in earnest on Friday following some of the most violent protests the country has ever seen. At least 212 people died during a week of mayhem, hundreds of shops were looted, and…