What
  • Accommodation
  • Antiques
  • Attractions
  • Automotive
  • Bakery
  • Bar
  • Barber
  • Beauty Salon
  • Bed and Breakfast
  • Bridal Dresses
  • Bridesmaid Dresses
  • Business Services
  • Butchery
  • Cake Maker
  • Catering
  • Clothing
  • Coffee Shop
  • Community
  • Contractors
  • Cultural
  • Education
  • Entertainment
  • Fitness
  • Furniture
  • Gardens and Landscaping
  • Government
  • Guest House
  • Hair Salon
  • Hardware
  • Health and Beauty
  • Healthcare
  • Hotel
  • Legal Services
  • Male Grooming
  • Markets
  • Network Marketing
  • Online Shopping
  • Organic Foods
  • Paint Shop
  • Pets
  • Photographer
  • Property
  • Restaurants
  • Services
  • Shopping
  • Shuttle Service
  • Spa
  • Sportswear
  • Taxi
  • Traditional Dress
  • Transport
  • Tutoring
  • Wedding Accessories
  • Wedding Photographers
  • Weddings
Where
02 March

eThekwini Municipality is taking the reins in getting its tourism sector back on track after being derailed by COVID-19 restrictions. On Wednesday, eThekwini Municipality Mayor, Mxolisi Kaunda, will host a virtual Durban Tourism Imbizo, which is expected to come up with ideas to rebuild the country’s tourism sector during COVID-19 and beyond. The imbizo follows […]

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02 March

South Africa is today hosting the 2021 Sharing of Best Practices Workshop, as the tourism industry wades through a long road to recovery in the aftermath of the Coronavirus pandemic. Tourism Deputy Minister Fish Mahlalela on Tuesday said COVID-19 has devastated the whole world and has forced people to change the way they do things, […]

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02 March

The Ad Hoc Committee on section 100 Intervention in the North West province has requested more information from law enforcement agencies about the work they are doing which is linked to the intervention in the province. In a statement on Tuesday, Ad Hoc Committee Chairperson China Dodovu said the committee is of the view that […]

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02 March

KwaZulu-Natal Social Development MEC Nonhlanhla Khoza has made an impassioned plea to provincial citizens to play their part and protect government employees from falling victim to a spate of hijacking of state vehicles. Khoza said she was very concerned about the high incidents of hijacking of state vehicles which cripple service delivery.  This follows hijacking […]

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02 March

A South African Social Services Agency (SASSA) employee in Mpumalanga faces the grim prospect of jail time for allegedly falsifying her qualifications. On Monday, Alina Dimakatso Nkwanyana Selepe was released on R3000 bail after she was arrested on Friday by the Hawks’ Serious Corruption Investigation unit in Mpumalanga. In a statement, the Hawks said the Volkrust […]

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02 March

The Electoral Commission has welcomed the announcement by President Cyril Ramaphosa of the country’s return to Alert Level 1 which allows the resumption of some political activities. “The relaxation of the restrictions paves the way for the holding of by-elections for municipal ward vacancies which arose since the last by-election in early December,” the IEC […]

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02 March

South Africa has recorded 1 513 959 COVID-19 cases, with 566 new cases identified in Monday’s report. The cumulative total tests conducted to date is 9 090 273 with 12 794 new tests recorded since the last report. “Regrettably, a further 84 COVID-19 related deaths have been reported, which brings the total to 50 077 deaths,” Minister of […]

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02 March

The Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSiRA) has condemned incidents of brutality allegedly meted by security officers. This comes after videos recently went viral in various social media platforms. In a statement, the authority said it had in the past two weeks received several reports of security officers allegedly killing and/or brutally assaulting members of […]

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01 March

Basic Education Minister, Angie Motshekga, has spoken frankly about the ongoing struggle with the price of school uniforms as parents battle to make ends meet. “This is very close to my heart and I think anybody who comes from a poor background – like ourselves – or a township will tell you the value of […]

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01 March

Justice and Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola says the Land Court Bill will ensure stronger judicial oversight over claims. “The bill seeks to ensure stronger judicial oversight over claims, and this must lead to better settlements, reduce the scope for corruption and avert the bundling of claims into dysfunctional mega-claims that lead to conflict,” Lamola […]

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