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CPT taps into CPT taps into 'world's biggest aquifer' to meet water needsDate: 07/08/2020

This is a milestone achievement in the implementation of the Cape Town Water Strategy!

The just-published rules on guided and walking tours The just-published rules on guided and walking toursDate: 07/08/2020

Guided and walking tours have specific lockdown regulations as of Thursday, 6 August 2020, making them fully legal.

#LightSAred Campaign #LightSAred CampaignDate: 06/08/2020

#lightSAred

Here’s when SA will open for international travel again Here’s when SA will open for international travel againDate: 05/08/2020

The best and worst case scenarios...

Why we are cautiously optimistic about SA coronavirus peak Why we are cautiously optimistic about SA coronavirus peakDate: 05/08/2020

Dr Zweli Mkhize says that he is cautiously optimistic about coronavirus cases in South Africa having passed it's peak.

Back to school: New rules and New dates Back to school: New rules and New datesDate: 04/08/2020

Back to school: Here’s what you need to know about the new rules, and the dates.....

Over 80% of recorded Covid-19 cases in the WC have recovered Over 80% of recorded Covid-19 cases in the WC have recoveredDate: 03/08/2020

Premier Alan Winde said the province was witnessing a stabilisation of cases and a decline in the pandemic in some areas.

New lockdown rules: APPROVED changes to curfew New lockdown rules: APPROVED changes to curfewDate: 30/07/2020

Cabinet has decided to extend the national lockdown curfew to 22:00, from 21:00.

Shell suffers a big loss Shell suffers a big lossDate: 30/07/2020

Oil major Shell's profits took a beating because of low oil prices and volatility in energy market caused profits to tumble.

Liquor stores will soon start losing licences... Liquor stores will soon start losing licences...Date: 29/07/2020

Bottle stores need to figure out if they can – and should – pay their rent, while not knowing when prohibition may end.

Police are seeing a reduction in these 3 types of crime Police are seeing a reduction in these 3 types of crimeDate: 29/07/2020

Police minister Bheki Cele says that there have been several areas where a notable decrease in crime has been reported.

Poor choices have caused permanent damage to South Africa’sDate: 29/07/2020

Economists from the Bureau for Economic Research (BER), commenting on the latest developments and data published in South Africa.

South Africans are angry and goverment doesn South Africans are angry and goverment doesn't seem to careDate: 28/07/2020

This lockdown rules and regulations has now made South African citizens really angry!

COVID-19 : More contagious or less deadly? COVID-19 : More contagious or less deadly?Date: 20/07/2020

A group of Italian doctors suggested the coronavirus has changed to become less lethal.

You can now earn a deposit on a plastic bottle of Coke You can now earn a deposit on a plastic bottle of CokeDate: 16/07/2020

Special returnable plastic bottles of Coke, Sprite, and Fanta will now be available.

Food price changes during South Africa’s lockdown Food price changes during South Africa’s lockdownDate: 15/07/2020

Food prices has changed since lockdown....

SA tourism sector is slowly SA tourism sector is slowly 'bleeding to death'...Date: 15/07/2020

Tourism industry has suffered due to the lockdown.

10 reasons why the alcohol ban is back 10 reasons why the alcohol ban is backDate: 14/07/2020

There are numerous reasons as to why the alcohol ban was put baci into place...

Lockdown rules for nursery schools & childcare facilities Lockdown rules for nursery schools & childcare facilitiesDate: 13/07/2020

Details about the phased reopening of Early Childhood Development (ECD) programmes and partial care facilities in South Africa.

Millennials put on their travel shoes Millennials put on their travel shoesDate: 10/07/2020

Millennials aged 25-34, with their perceived lower vulnerability to COVID-19, are likely to be the first to travel.

Court case win to set precedent for insurance claims? Court case win to set precedent for insurance claims?Date: 08/07/2020

The tourism and hospitality sector in SA sustains over 740 000 direct and 1.5 million indirect jobs and contributes 8.6% to the GD

Stellies To Receive First Ever Safe Travels Stamp by WTTC Stellies To Receive First Ever Safe Travels Stamp by WTTCDate: 07/07/2020

Stellenbosch has strived by keeping the health and safety in excellent 'conditions' during this pandemic.

Here’s what your next SA hotel visit will be like Here’s what your next SA hotel visit will be likeDate: 01/07/2020

HOTELS AND THEIR REGULATIONS WITH LOCKDOWN AND THIS PANDEMIC.

11 questions about Covid-19 that remain unanswered 11 questions about Covid-19 that remain unansweredDate: 01/07/2020

Experts continue to study the coronavirus as the number of people it infects and kills rises each day.

Criminals target Gumtree users during lockdown - Latest scam Criminals target Gumtree users during lockdown - Latest scamDate: 01/07/2020

Fraudsters try to trick sellers who are desperate for cash.

5 pressing questions about Covid-19 travel answered 5 pressing questions about Covid-19 travel answeredDate: 01/07/2020

As travelling starts to resume, mainly for business travellers, South Africans still have concerns about Covid-19 related travel.

Petrol increase tonight ( 1 July 2020 ) Petrol increase tonight ( 1 July 2020 )Date: 01/07/2020

Petrol increase as of the 1st July,2020.

Cape Town’s dam levels Cape Town’s dam levelsDate: 30/06/2020

Dams supplying Cape Town are 62.7% full and that number is expected to rise

The new rules for rugby The new rules for rugbyDate: 30/06/2020

Will Rugby be the same?



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