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SA needs ‘big plans and long-term vision’ for growth
Forget crisis management, a long-term strategy is needed for SA’s ailing economy to function within the confines of the Covid-19 pandemic, with a shift in thinking and clear policies, experts say.
The increase amounts to 1,727 new cases, with 32 new recorded deaths.
Ramaphosa’s announcement of the move to level 3 of the lockdown regulations on June 1 brings with it the opening of most economic sectors.
Bloem said the party could not understand why Mkhize had allowed these ‘traps’ that could kill those who used them.
In a briefing to the media on Saturday, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula advised on what the restrictions would be under alert level 3 of the lockdown, starting on 1 June.
The transport minister has told those hoping to make money out of the innovation that it was ‘tough luck’ for them.
The ruling party says the minister has faced gross human rights violations while ‘diligently carrying out her duties’.
Violent protests erupted across the United States late Friday over the death of an unarmed black man at the hands of police, with murder charges laid against a Minneapolis officer failing to quell seething anger.
The sport, arts and culture department has said that R200m has been set aside so far to assist athletes and artists affected so far by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Professor Dire Tladi: SA expert enters new legal territory
He will now be giving his input on the legalities surrounding the worldwide coronavirus and said he hoped to clarify how to beat the spread of the virus while protecting human rights.
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At last we are one, finding our inner anarchist
The people are ‘gatvol’. And they’re doing the one thing that any government should be terrified of: they are en masse defying the law.
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Lockdown Diaries: Grow food on pavements to feed the poor
That is my wish going forward: let’s start using our pristine pavements for food. Let’s stop mowing lawns in our parks and make vegetable patches.
A political analyst said that unless the department increased the testing of miners, it would be impossible to track the virus’ spread.

Science WATCH: SpaceX rocket launches to International Space Station

SpaceX’s historic first crewed mission blasted off for the International Space Station as scheduled on Saturday.

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Motorsport F1 season to open in Austria after government backs Spielberg double act

Formula One’s truncated coronavirus-hit season will finally get underway with the Austrian Grand Prix on July 5, the Austrian government announced on Saturday.

Sport UK government authorises return of live sport

The British government has approved the return of domestic competitive sport behind closed doors from June 1.

World Rugby Franco Smith confirmed as Italy rugby head coach

South African Franco Smith has been confirmed as head coach of Italy’s rugby team, the Italian rugby federation (FIR) announced on Saturday.

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Mbalula said only full operations at the Mossel Bay and Saldanha Bay ports for the movement of cargo would be permitted.

Crime Cele visits KZN after province reports ‘concerning’ murder figures during lockdown

Police are investigating four incidents in which five people were killed during the lockdown.

World Journalist, driver killed in Kabul bomb blast

The interior ministry also confirmed the attack, saying the minivan had been targeted.

Gauteng’s ‘most wanted’ man killed in police shootout in Diepsloot

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Gibraltar moves to protect its monkeys against coronavirus

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Child malnutrition may be worsening under lockdown, food parcels inadequate – health NGO

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Ekurhuleni mayor tests negative for Covid-19 after food bank visit

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Lebese rules out Kaizer Chiefs return

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Minister of Health addresses parents and expectant moms’ concerns about Covid-19

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1,520 artists, 296 athletes to receive relief funding – Minister Nathi Mthwetha

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Contractor says school feeding scheme isn’t viable if only two grades return

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‘Cook Off’: Zimbabwe’s film that defied all odds to reach Netflix

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Couple allegedly use municipal account to pay loan in R2.3m case

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Brockie’s Sundowns future to be decided soon

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Experts slam coronavirus ‘disinfection’ tunnels

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Eastern Cape cops find dagga worth R500K in their second large drug bust this week

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Virus-battered Italy faces worst recession since WWII

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