Residents from Wards 109 and 108 (made up of Marlboro, Eastgate, Kelvin, Wendywood, Morningside Manor and Alexandra) will be moved.
However, the current funding model ‘diminishes the ability of the public news service to deliver fully on its mandate and reduces its capacity to tell the South African stories’.
To date, 20 allegations of serious maladministration, fraud and corruption have been reported to the Health Sector Anti-Corruption Forum.
The closure of the community centre has caused great distress to residents who rely on services offered there.
The extension of the deployment will cost an additional R1.5 billion, in addition to the April deployment which came at a cost of almost R5 billion.
The project began in 2016 and a new contractor was appointed on November 30, 2018, on a R32 510 793.77 million budget.

Government Covid-19 deaths force eThekwini to secure burial land

A feasibility study is underway to determine the financial implications of this motion.

Government Four unions sign up for SAA severance packages, but not largest ones

The DPE slammed Numsa, Sacca and Saapa, saying their actions amounted to ‘align[ing] themselves with a competitor who stands to benefit substantially should SAA be liquidated’.

Government R10m upgrade for Margate Airport

Upgrades will include the extension of the arrivals section and the refurbishment of ablution facilities as well as a new building for car hire services.

Government 132 civilian claims against Gauteng SAPS estimated to be R180m

Of the 132 claims, 79 were being processed, 44 were under investigation and only nine claims finalised.

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Problematic audits undermine Ramaphosa govt – economist

Government Problematic audits undermine Ramaphosa govt – economist

‘The man on the street becomes very reticent to oblige in paying rates and taxes and in many ways that is part of the problem,’ an economist said.

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Municipalities are ‘teetering on the brink of collapse’

Government Municipalities are ‘teetering on the brink of collapse’

The financial health of 79% of the country’s municipalities is, at best, ‘concerning’ and, at worst, requires ‘urgent intervention’. Just under a third were in a ‘particularly vulnerable financial position’.

Covid-19 Cigarettes will be back, Ramaphosa says, he just didn’t say when

 He urged South Africans to accept the tobacco ban until such a time as the government deems it okay to lift it.

Covid-19 Ramaphosa hosts virtual ‘imbizo’ on coronavirus

The Presidential Imbizo is a public-participation platform where communities are able to interact directly with government on challenges in society and solutions to such challenges.

Government Naledi Pandor views chief justice’s comments on Israel with ‘great dismay’

The Minister of International Relations and Cooperation said she found the comments rather ‘astounding’ and viewed them with great ‘dismay’.

Government Ramaphosa to answer your questions on live TV tonight

The President will hold a virtual public imbizo this evening and will interact with communities across the nation on TV, social media and radio.

Government Presidency, maintains intelligence minister’s visit to Botswana ‘not a clean up mission’

Ramaphosa sent intelligence Minister Dlodlo as his envoy amid controversy surrounding Motsepe-Radebe.

Art & Theatre Cinemas, museums need to apply to arts and culture minister first before they can reopen

Ramaphosa announced places such as cinemas can reopen on advanced Level 3, but the public has been waiting on the exact directions and compliance that will need to be met. 

Government Prasa’s Covid-19 plan could fall off track as limited trains mean crowding

Prasa challenges include stolen train tracks, looted cables and unprecedented vandalism, which may be some of the reasons Prasa will be operating under limited capacity.

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SANDF budget cuts send Air Force into tailspin

Government SANDF budget cuts send Air Force into tailspin

Budget cuts across the SANDF mean the Air Force is unable to fly, placing pilots at risk of losing specific qualifications, while money is being taken from training budgets elsewhere, to pay for operations and deployments.



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