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Gauteng Province officially in third Covid-19 wave

There has been a 46% increase in new Covid-19 cases, with Covid-19 deaths in the same period increasing by 18%. Premier David Makhura has announced that Gauteng is officially in…

Law firm tells Ramaphosa to apologise for not thanking India for Covid-19 vaccine

A law firm has written a letter to President Cyril Ramaphosa demanding that he publicly addresses the country and apologizes for not thanking the Indian government, the Serum Institute of…

Why female entrepreneurs are needed now more than ever

Women shouldn’t draw back from leadership, especially during tough economic times like these. The post-COVID-economy is looking to be one where we are extremely focused on rebuilding, growth in addition…

Nwamitwa satellite police office shut after several staff members test positive for Covid-19

Community members from Nwamitwa Traditional Authority outside Tzaneen in Mopani District and everyone in the areas that are serviced by Nwamitwa Satellite station house are advised that the station has…

How to know if you need a hospital for Covid-19

Don’t wait: if your chest is sore and you’re breathless, seek help. One of SA’s top Covid-19 experts has advised South Africans to “seek help immediately” if they feel chest…

Learners across all grades in Limpopo are set to return to school

The Limpopo Department of Education are going to be phasing in other grades in accordance with amended directions published within the Government Gazette No. 43510, by the Minister of Basic…

President Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa announced ban on Sale of alcohol, other regulations are also mentioned

The honourable South African President Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa was at it again last night. 12 July 2020, President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the state on South Africa’s ongoing measures to manage…

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT COVID-19

Underlying Conditions that may put you at ‘Severe Risk’ for COVID-19 For many people, catching COVID-19 isn’t life-threatening. But others can develop serious complications. Because COVID-19 is a respiratory illness,…

South African Celebrities We Lost During Lockdown in 2020

South Africa is in another mourning period once again after we have lost another Celebrity, Mary Twala. 2020 is a year for everyone to remember worldwide and if it was…

This is the new calendar for schools in South Africa

The Department of Basic Education has published the updated academic calendar for Schools in South Africa. The new calendar includes the planned start dates for all grades during this COVID-19…

President Cyril Ramaphosa to address the Nation tonight

South African President Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to address the Nation at 7pm tonight on the ongoing measures to manage the spread of the Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19). The…

Only two Provinces will be reopening schools under Level 4 Lockdown in South Africa

It has now been confirmed by the Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga that only two Provinces will be reopening schools under Level 4 Lockdown in South Africa. It’s back to…

Prophet Bushiri’s false prophecy about the year 2020 exposed in a video

Things are starting to fall apart from the so-called Man of God, in March, the leader of the Sinagogue Church of all Nations, Prophet TB Joshua predicted that the Corona…

Stores which are open under Level 4 Lockdown in South Africa

As we have started Lockdown Level 4, people across the country are wondering which stores are open in South Africa. Level 4 Lockdown began on Friday, some economics activities have…

Back to school dates set with matrics and Grade 7’s first to return after Covid-19 lockdown

Pupils in Grade 12 and seven will be the first to return to school after lockdown. South African schools are set to reopen next week on the 6th of May…

Five things you won’t be allowed to do during level 4 lockdown

The Honourable President Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Thursday 23rd April 2020 that the Government had adopted a phased approach to lifting the hard lockdown and easing its rules which…