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24 September

The scourge of gender-based violence (GBV) is tainting the country’s rich heritage, said President Cyril Ramaphosa, once again denouncing what he has described as South Africa’s second pandemic.   “It is important that generations that come after us must fully grasp the importance of the freedom we have all achieved,” President Ramaphosa said in his Heritage […]

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24 September

By: Sihle Manda South Africa, a melting pot of cultural diversity, continues to embrace its haunted history of racial divisions through a citizenry that displays a will to triumph over adversity. True to form, this trait sprouted amid the grim COVID-19 national lockdown, during which time our anxiety levels were heightened as many citizens lost […]

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24 September

President Cyril Ramaphosa has thrown his weight behind the empowering of women in Africa by giving them enabling tools to build themselves a financially secure and independent future. President Ramaphosa was speaking during a high-level virtual panel, G7 Partnership for African Women’s Financial Inclusion on Wednesday. The panel also featured philanthropist Melinda Gates, Queen Máxima […]

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23 September

The City of Ekurhuleni has obtained a court order to halt operations at the Steel Sheeting Company in Wadeville following complaints of an unbearable stench caused by illegal recycling and manufacturing operations. According to the City’s Divisional Head for Legislative Compliance in the Environment Resources Department, Thabang Mokoena, the company buys plastic recyclables from waste […]

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23 September

Boots on the ground, a sound strategy and the promise of a better tomorrow are some of the crucial ingredients needed to win a war. In this war, South Africa and many other countries around the world share a common enemy — COVID-19. Artilleries and grenades are not required but the expertise of scientists, health […]

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22 September

In an effort to narrow down to community and district level the response to gender-based violence and femicide (GBVF), government has identified 30 GBVF hotspots. Police Minister Bheki Cele on Tuesday said the list of hotspots was compiled based on nine key variables, including the number of cases reported to the South African Police Service […]

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22 September

Police Minister Bheki Cele has issued a stern warning to those who will flout the rules, as the country further relaxes restrictions under lockdown level 1. “We are aware that as the days get warmer and the restrictions are more relaxed, law enforcement will have to work harder to ensure they bring an end to […]

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21 September

The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) has reminded motorists to renew any vehicle licence discs, which expired between March and May. During the period, due to the Level 5 COVID-19 lockdown, motorists were granted a grace period until 22 September to renew their expired discs without penalty. “By end of business tomorrow, [motorists] will incur […]

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21 September

Deputy Minister in the Presidency Thembi Siweya has paid a visit to the Daimler car plant in East London. Accompanied by the Eastern Cape MEC for Transport, Weziwe Tikana-Gxothiwe and the MEC for Economic Development, Mlungisi Mvoko, on Monday, Siweya’s visited formed part of the continued mobilisation of stakeholders to play a part in the […]

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21 September

All teachers granted permission to work from home due to COVID-19 have been instructed to go back to school from today, now that the country has moved to lockdown level 1. According to the Department of Basic Education (DBE), more than 22 500 teachers were granted approval concession under level 3 and 2 of the National […]

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