If heart attacks and erectile dysfunction didn’t scare smokers, who thought Covid would?
Why would adding Covid-19 to the list of 99 Reasons Why Smoking Is Stupid convince a smoker to quit?
Covid-19 lockdown has been good for OnlyFans and YouTube creators
While the lockdown has meant financial ruin for the average guy and girl, some local content creators on sites like YouTube and the more adult-centric OnlyFans are raking in the cash.
Fishing, hunting as well as self-drive visits to game reserves and national parks are permitted under lockdown Level 3, the Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries said on Monday.
Another 33 coronavirus deaths have been recorded in the Western Cape, bringing the total fatalities in the province to 521, Premier Alan Winde confirmed on Monday.
The institute’s CEO has reminded the country that the past definitely stank even more than it does today.
The DA has argued that government needs to consider the financial status of companies applying for Covid-19 relief and not use broad-based black economic empowerment (BBBEE) criteria to determine who gets funding.
In a statement on Monday afternoon, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said the cumulative number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in South Africa had risen to 34,357.
Advocates Ouma Rabaji-Rasethaba and Rodney de Kock have been appointed as the new DNDPPs with effect from 1 June.
The TLU SA says the chaos surrounding the opening of schools proves government’s ‘incompetence and inadequacy’ and it would be better to just let people take responsibility for their own safety.
The department of public enterprises has dismissed reports that government is planning to approve the draft rescue plan to hand SAA another bailout.
The party says it will hold the president ‘personally responsible’ for the disorder and deaths caused by the inebriated.
DA Chief Whip Natasha Mazzone said that the DA will lodge a complaint in terms of clause 4.1.5 of the code of ethical conduct against the minister.
Small marine animals increasingly impacted by shipping collisions – report
It was previously thought that larger animals were most at risk, but a new report has found many smaller sea creatures are being harmed by large and small vessel collisions.

A to Z of SA’s cheapest car: Suzuki S-Presso

Motoring News A to Z of SA’s cheapest car: Suzuki S-Presso

Rear park distance sensors come standard across the range.

What you need to know about conjunctivitis

Fitness and health What you need to know about conjunctivitis

In both children and adults, conjunctivitis can cause inflammation in the cornea that can affect vision.

Business News Liquor traders happy but travel restrictions still hurting many industries

Liquor traders will be smiling again judging from the scores of customers who visited outlets across the country at daybreak on Monday to buy alcohol.

Travel UN agency recommends health guidelines for airlines

Mask wearing, temperature controls, disinfection of aircraft: the International Civil Aviation Organization on Monday published a series of health recommendations for a pandemic-hit airline industry as it relaunches air travel.

Accidents Beer truck knocks down and fatally injures woman on busy Eastern Cape street

A 72-year-old woman died after she was alleged to have been knocked down by a beer truck at a busy street in King William’s Town on Monday.

Courts Suspend magistrate who ‘had cellphone contact with corruption accused’ – justice committee

The Portfolio Committee on Justice and Correctional Services wants a magistrate from Bloemfontein provisionally suspended, as he allegedly had cellphone contact with a corruption accused suspect who had appeared before him.

Protests Four arrested in Cape Town protests

The N7 North and South between Malibongwe Drive and the Plattekloof/Potsdam roads off-ramps running next to Du Noon in Cape town were closed on Monday due to protest action.

Crime Man arrested after R1.2m found in two black bags in Cape Town house

A 50-year-old man was arrested after he was found with an unaccounted-for R1.2m in cash in two black bags in Strand, the City of Cape Town said on Monday.

Business Facebook in turmoil over refusal to police Trump’s posts

Education Concerns mount that Limpopo will only be ready for school again in July

Business News People queue for booze in Pretoria, afraid that ban will return

School 7 important points from Motshekga’s back-to-school briefing

Motoring News New vehicle sales recover in May as lockdown is eased

Being a parent SA influencer Lasizwe Dambuza is in love with #DaddysGirl

Crime Two children, one man wounded in separate shootings in Manenberg

Baby Five-month-old Brazilian boy survives Covid-19 after being in a coma for a month

local soccer Mngqithi signs new Sundowns contract – report

Business News Over 100,000 people receive R350 payment, more applications processed

Business News Soweto man thanks government for lowering his illegal booze bill

Being a parent Mom arrested for leaving kids alone and going for post-lockdown hair cut

Africa DR Congo reports fresh Ebola outbreak

Being a parent The complexities of pregnancies for some couples

Education Some independent schools open doors to Grade 7 and 12 pupils

Celebrities WATCH: SA singer Belinda Davids gets standing ovation from ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ judges

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