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Drought-stricken farming communities receive helping hand Drought-stricken farming communities receive helping handDate: 18/09/2020

Farmers and farming communities in areas which have been adversely affected by droughts have received much-needed...

Ramaphosa: End of the beginning Ramaphosa: End of the beginningDate: 17/09/2020

As expected, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Wednesday night that he will move the country to Alert Level 1...

What to expect from Ramaphosa’s new recovery plan for South Africa What to expect from Ramaphosa’s new recovery plan for South AfricaDate: 16/09/2020

The National Economic Development and Labour Council (Nedlac) has agreed to an action plan for South Africa’s economic recovery...

What to expect from Ramaphosa’s new recovery plan for South Africa What to expect from Ramaphosa’s new recovery plan for South AfricaDate: 16/09/2020

The National Economic Development and Labour Council (Nedlac) has agreed to an action plan for South Africa’s economic recovery...

Poached pangolin gives birth after rescue by SA team Poached pangolin gives birth after rescue by SA teamDate: 15/09/2020

A pangolin named Ally was rescued from poachers earlier in 2020 and rehabilitated by a team of South African veterinarians...

Poached pangolin gives birth after rescue by SA team Poached pangolin gives birth after rescue by SA teamDate: 15/09/2020

A pangolin named Ally was rescued from poachers earlier in 2020 and rehabilitated by a team of South African veterinarians...

ANC unable to pay staff salaries – again ANC unable to pay staff salaries – againDate: 07/09/2020

The ANC’s financial woes have once again resurfaced, and ordinary staff members are bearing the brunt once more...

How corruption in South Africa is deeply rooted in the country’s past and why that matters How corruption in South Africa is deeply rooted in the country’s past and why that mattersDate: 07/09/2020

When South Africans express shock at corruption, few seem to know that it is perhaps the country’s oldest tradition...

SA’s lockdown unconstitutional, a human rights violation – B4EL presentation SA’s lockdown unconstitutional, a human rights violation – B4EL presentationDate: 03/09/2020

Panda team member Nick Hudson believes the lockdown will kill more people than the virus, and that authorities are using fear...

World Alzheimer World Alzheimer's Month - understand early warning signs and symptomsDate: 02/09/2020

World Alzheimer’s Month: Understand the 10 warning signs and symptoms of dementia...

Thousands demand justice for Nathaniel Julius in online petition Thousands demand justice for Nathaniel Julius in online petitionDate: 31/08/2020

More than 120,000 people have signed an online petition to demand justice for 16-year-old Nathaniel Julius, who was allegedly...

South Africans urged to consider debt counselling South Africans urged to consider debt counsellingDate: 27/08/2020

While more South Africans have returned to work as a result of the easing of lockdown restrictions, the National Credit...

Blitzboks have their eyes on the Olympics Blitzboks have their eyes on the OlympicsDate: 20/08/2020

The Springbok Sevens squad has regrouped after their season was interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, and according to coach...

International appeal can be leveraged to draw in domestic tourists International appeal can be leveraged to draw in domestic touristsDate: 19/08/2020

The key to bridging the gap between international and local appeal lies in carefully curated and unforgettable travel...

Coronavirus COVID-19 Alert level 2 Coronavirus COVID-19 Alert level 2Date: 17/08/2020

As announced by President Ramaphosa on 15 August, alert level 2 will be in place from midnight on Monday, the 17th of August...

Moving to level 2 is this the end of the beginning? Moving to level 2 is this the end of the beginning?Date: 17/08/2020

The decision to switch to lockdown Level 2 and drop the bans on the sale of alcohol and tobacco products was widely expected...

Fed-up with piles of rubbish, residents clear their own streets Fed-up with piles of rubbish, residents clear their own streetsDate: 13/08/2020

On Friday, community leader Lumkile Msila joined about 50 other residents who were fed up with waiting for the City of Cape...

Covid travel restrictions devastate Africa’s tourism Covid travel restrictions devastate Africa’s tourismDate: 11/08/2020

Global restrictions on travel have dealt a devastating blow to African nations who depend on tourists and their hard currency...

Daily Covid-19 update: Recovery rate now up at 72% Daily Covid-19 update: Recovery rate now up at 72%Date: 07/08/2020

A total of 306 new Covid-19 deaths were reported, 75 from Gauteng, 78 from KwaZulu Natal, 66 from the Eastern Cape, 46 from...

SA academics helping to identify the cause of elephant die-off in Botswana SA academics helping to identify the cause of elephant die-off in BotswanaDate: 06/08/2020

Their commentary – titled “Mass die-off of African elephants in Botswana: pathogen, poison or a perfect storm?” – was published...

Draft Tourism Recovery Plan open for comment Draft Tourism Recovery Plan open for commentDate: 05/08/2020

The Department of Tourism has issued its draft Tourism Recovery Plan and is calling on industry stakeholders to provide input...

Criminal case opened over R30m PPE procurement, KZN social development officials suspended Criminal case opened over R30m PPE procurement, KZN social development officials suspendedDate: 04/08/2020

The KwaZulu-Natal department of social development says it has opened a criminal case and suspended a number of officials over...

Rhino poaching in South Africa declines significantly! Rhino poaching in South Africa declines significantly!Date: 03/08/2020

This reprieve was specifically welcomed in the Kruger National Park, where during April, no rhino was poached in the Intensive...

Data shows Western Cape Covid-19 cases are dropping Data shows Western Cape Covid-19 cases are droppingDate: 30/07/2020

The Western Cape has not only passed its Covid-19 peak but the dreaded “long plateau” seems to have given way to a steady...

No room for complacency in implementing reforms: Treasury No room for complacency in implementing reforms: TreasuryDate: 29/07/2020

The South African government has no choice but to stabilise debt and implement the identified growth reforms in order to avoid...

Restaurateurs protest Restaurateurs protestDate: 28/07/2020

Substituting the human element at local restaurants. Photo: Noluvu Ludidi Local restaurateurs staged a protest against...

Government is listening to unions over scientists - experts say school closures against evidence Government is listening to unions over scientists - experts say school closures against evidenceDate: 27/07/2020

Two of the country's top scientists who serve on the Ministerial Advisory Committee (MAC) have expressed their disappointment...

Today South Africa can celebrate 208 144 COVID-19 recoveries in the country. Today South Africa can celebrate 208 144 COVID-19 recoveries in the country.Date: 22/07/2020

South Africa (22 July 2020) – As of the 22 July 2020, there were 168 286 active cases of COVID-19 in South Africa, tragically...

Doctors confirm big drop in patients at trauma units since booze banDate: 21/07/2020

A week after the ban on the sale and distribution of alcohol was reintroduced under level 3 of the lockdown regulations...

Restaurants set to block roads with tables, chairs in protest on Wednesday Restaurants set to block roads with tables, chairs in protest on WednesdayDate: 20/07/2020

The industry wants an urgent meeting with the president over the devastating impact of lockdown restrictions on business...



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