‘Keep us in the loop’ – Informal traders alliance tell Mboweni
‘Saita needs to be fully informed as to how the money or the budget will be spent so we can ensure it reaches the informal traders on the ground.’
Newland Forest’s trees being stripped for bark a looming ecological crisis
Although not a new practice, with a number of cultures using bark for medicinal purposes, rangers are noticing glaring forest gaps that could cause an ecological disaster. 
The party said it would make sure Mkhize is ‘suspended with immediate effect to allow a smooth process of investigation’.
Merelize van der Merwe has proudly declared that she will be using the giraffe’s skin as a rug, which will be displayed in her home.
This follows a decision taken at the Women’s League’s recent national executive committee to meet with the former president at his Nkandla homestead.
Fewer than a third of those designated as first in line for Covid-19 jabs have chosen to take up the offer since they became available in late December.
KwaZulu-Natal remains top of the list with the most active cases, followed by the Eastern Cape. Gauteng leads the pack with the most recoveries.
Four Transnet employees were arrested for stealing copper worth millions in Pretoria and are due to appear in court on Friday.
Last week, another woman trended on social media for refusing to wear a mask at a Pick n Pay store, saying it was her constitutional right not to do so.
UDM leader Bantu Holomisa called on eNCA to apologise for the incident, saying the broadcaster can’t have separate policies for Covid-19 regulations.
Unshorn sheep struggle to walk under the immense weight of their wool, and without a haircut at least once a year most will not last long in the wild.
The industries are already on their knees due to the impact of the alcohol and tobacco sales bans.
ANC SG says the party is going to be extra vigilant in fighting against corruption exploiting resources meant for the fight against Covid-19.
The government plans to spend an additional R4.3 billion bailing out the languishing SAA, R31.7 billion for Eskom and R7 billion for the Land Bank.

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