29.3.2020 03:55 pm
Taxis and buses will be allowed to operate for most of the day this week to allow people to get to Sassa pay points.
In a statement on Sunday Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula announced that the regulations around transport restrictions during the Covid-19 lockdown would be relaxed to accommodate the needs of grant beneficiaries.
Provincial chair of House of Traditional Leaders says teams sent to Chris Hani, Komani, OR Tambo and Port St John’s to ‘rescue boys’ in illegal schools.
Ngcobo questioned why companies had not been closed down but were rather given safety precautions.
Being told to self-isolate or work from home as the world grapples with Covid-19 is meaningless to people who rely on shelters for a bed and food.
The South African Council of Churches (SACC) in Limpopo says it will abide by President Cyril Ramaphosa’s plan to fight the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak.
The centre is run by a group of specialists in an array of fields, ranging from psychiatry to fertility, with services specific to the urgent and rarely considered needs of the queer community.
Like the economically depressed community that surrounded it, the Kanana shack preschool experienced high rates of tuberculosis (TB) infections.
Tevan Gordon has cancelled his bank card but money keeps on disappearing from his account, yet the bank is keeping the family in the dark, he says.
The Eluthandweni Maternity Clinic in Vosloorus on the East Rand would receive medical equipment and an ambulance valued at R1 million, among others.
Deputy President David Mabuza has called on Soweto residents ‘to stop the age-old boycott and pay for electricity’ in order to keep Eskom going, but they wouldn’t hear of it.
Wealth inequality in South Africa not only greatly exceeds income inequality, but has not declined since 1994.
‘If police cannot protect people, which they have demonstrated, what does the minister expect them to do?’
He is adamant that he, unlike former Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba, is not interested in starting a party but a civic movement.
The third round of public participation saw about 90% of those providing comment being opposed to changing the constitution.
‘The first time I wore a hearing aid was as if I was newborn because I had regained my ability to hear,’ said Thandeka Mavuso, 29, who lost her hearing in her teens.