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A Quiet Place Part Two’ to be released in September.

The movie was supposed to premiere in March but had to reschedule due to the coronavirus pandemic. Part two of the popular horror movie, ‘A Quiet Place’ will be released in September of this year. The movie was originally set to be released in March 2020, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, premiers had to be cancelled. The director of the sequel has said that he believes the second instalment of the franchise will be much better than the original, which received several good reviews in any event. The new movie also stars Cillian Murphy.


SA Economy downgraded to junk status.

Moody’s revoked the country’s investment-grade status on the first day of the nationwide lockdown.

On Friday, 27 March, Moody’s, the last grading agency to still deem South Africa’s economy as investment grade, downgraded their credit rating to junk status. The downgrade comes at a time when the country’s economy is already pushed to its limits thanks to the lockdown. South Africa is, however, not the only country facing an economic crisis. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, countries around the globe are in financial turmoil. South Africa’s government hopes to balance out the negative backlash from the downgrade with its various relief packages that are being released into the economy.


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