3.8.2020 07:08 pm
SAB and the SA Medical Research Council both called for a balanced approach to the ban. But infrastructure upgrades and capital investment worth R2.5 billion have just been cancelled for the alcohol producers.
The reinstated ban on alcohol has proved a difficult balancing act to prioritise both livelihoods and public health, with the South African Medical Research Council recently calling for relaxing the booze ban, but industry players saying the damage has been done.
The bodies had planned to bring forward an urgent application before the High Court in Pretoria should the department of social development not head their call.
Premier Mabuyane has reminded Azenathi that his contract expired on 8 February 2020.
An emotional Chante Pietersen, who is in matric, shed tears as she spoke of the treatment towards pupils of colour at the school.
In accessing the relief funds or lodging their applications, government has dedicated capacity in the department of transport to help support businesses to apply for relief.
Emergency Medical Rescue were at the scene, and confirmed that a man and woman were travelling in the car involved in a collision with a fuel tanker.
However, increases in taxi fares have not been ruled out, and alterations to taxi capacity are imminent, as Santaco and government continue to debate figures.
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula is expected to meet again with Santaco next week for a way forward.
The school curriculum has been drastically impacted due to the novel coronavirus, which led to government imposing a national lockdown.
Despite thousands losing their income during the lockdown, the City saw fit to add R843 million to the budget for increased salaries to staff and councillors.
EUSA made an urgent application to the court based on concerns that government acted recklessly in reopening the country’s schools.
Gauteng transport MEC says a decision taken at national level was that there would be no increases in taxi fares on Monday, however, some taxi organisations could defy this decision, while others have plans for later in the month
The bodies plan to bring forward an urgent application before the Pretoria High Court should the department of social development not head their call.
The repairs to the power supply in the area were expected to take 24 hours to fix, however, Eskom says the required material for the repairs were only delivered on Thursday afternoon.
The system which was meant to go live on Tuesday 26 May could not run due to a damaged fibre link between the UIF’s offices and the State Information and Technology Agency.