First consignment of COVID-19 vaccine

President Cyril Ramaphosa and Deputy President David Mabuza, who chairs the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Vaccines, will today receive South Africa’s first consignment of the COVID-19 vaccine at OR Tambo International Airport. SA to receive first consignment of COVID-19 vaccine The first shipment of one million doses of the Oxford...

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Pandemic Opens Potential of Working Remotely

As the UK ploughs on with the battle against COVID-19, the government has once more asked that all those who can work from home do just that. Pandemic Opens Potential of Working Remotely The pandemic has made families re-evaluate their home environment like never before, particularly in relation to space in which to work and...

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COVID-19 cases in South Africa

Sixty-four more people died of COVID-19 in South Africa on Wednesday. Of the latest fatalities, 24 are from KwaZulu-Natal, 14 from Gauteng, 11 from Mpumalanga, nine from the Western Cape and six from the Northern Cape, pushing the death toll to 15 705. COVID-19 cases in South Africa Meanwhile, there are now 653 444 confirmed...

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Africa launches Medical Supplies Platform

As Africa braces itself for the peak in COVID-19 cases, the continent is launching the Africa Medical Supplies Platform, an innovative marketplace to enable all African governments to access critical supplies, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Wednesday. According to President Ramaphosa, Africa has over 250 000 confirmed...

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R2bn to fight hunger

Batlharos – Government has made available R2 billion to support Fetsa Tlala (End Hunger), government’s Integrated Food Production Initiative aimed at producing enough food to meet the population’s needs. The announcement was made by President Jacob Zuma on Thursday while officially launching Fetsa Tlala in Batlharos outside...

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Education dept has delivered

The Department of Basic Education says it rejects “in the strongest terms” claims that it has failed to deliver on its mandate. In a statement on Tuesday, the department said since its creation in 2009, it has made progress in many areas that have seen an improvement in the system, including the Accelerated School Infrastructure...

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