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Rand Water lends a hand in schools’ COVID-19 fight

Rand Water will supply more than 3000 schools with water across the country when schools reopen next Monday.

The agen ...View Article

Buyers flock to liquor outlets on day 1 of sale

Alcohol consumers braved the chilly morning and long queues across the country, as the sale of their favourite beverage was ...View Article

Teacher unions worried the new schools reopening date “too soon”

Schools may or may not reopen even on the new date of 8 June that Minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga, announced o ...View Article

NW school guards unpaid for four months

As Grade 7 and 12 pupils are expected to return to school on Monday, security workers of Rashile Security Company at Boitse ...View Article

Opening the economy means extra precautions - Economic cluster ministers

With South Africa's economy becoming more active from Monday, companies carry the responsibility of working with government ...View Article

Sporting events to resume under strict COVID-19 regulations

Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa has announced that professional non-contact sport training and activiti ...View Article

COVID-19: Over 129000 beds for quarantine sites

South Africa is working on having over 129000 beds specifically for COVID-19 patients. This was revealed by Minister of Pub ...View Article

Makhura: Gauteng found an COVID-19 approach that works

Gauteng Premier, David Makhura, announced an enhanced strategy to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus. The province th ...View Article

Malema: Why ban cigarettes and not alcohol?

The EFF has questioned the rationale behind government’s decision to lift the ban on the sale of alcohol, while continuin ...View Article

COVID-19: Gauteng homeless hope for better future

Scores of homeless people in Gauteng expressed hope that they would be rehabilitated from drug addiction by the time the lo ...View Article

Lack of IDs prevents the poor from getting help

Some poor residents of Ga-Molema village outside Madibe-Makgabane near Mahikeng in are unable to apply for social grants be ...View Article

Rooiwal water plant revival to fix Tshwane’s water woes

Residents of Hammanskraal outside Pretoria are breathing a sigh of relief that work has finally started to refurbish the Ro ...View Article

Ramaphosa: church gatherings allowed in level 3 lockdown

President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that church congregations would resume under the COVID-19 level 3 alert lockdown.View Article

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