At least 337 cases of alleged corruption in government departments have been reported to the National Anti-Corruption Hotline (NACH) in the period between April and the end of June this year. This is according to a report released by the Public Service Commission (PSC) on Thursday
Deputy President David Mabuza is calling on all citizens to get vaccinated to lower the country's infection rate. He was speaking during the launch of the Vaccination Social Mobilisation campaign that has been launched in collaboration with the Department of Sports, Arts and Culture.
WhatsApp has announced that as of 01 November 2021 it will stop supporting some 43 older model smartphones including the iPhone 6s. Various models of other competing brands such as Huawei, LG and Samsung will also be affected.
The SA Post Office is warning customers not to pay self-appointed queue marshals or any of their employees in exchange for a place in front of the queue at any of their branches.
Deputy President David Mabuza has reassured the country that the events of last month, which resulted in large-scale lootings in parts of Kwazulu-Natal and Gauteng, will never happen again.
The Judicial Service Commission wants Western Cape Judge President, John Hlophe, to face an impeachment vote. The impeachment vote will be taken to the National Assembly, where Members of Parliament will decide whether Hlophe should be removed from office.
Organised labour unions are calling for the permanent introduction of a basic income grant in South Africa starting next year. This comes at the back of reports that unemployment in the country has sky-rocketed to 34%.
Health regulator, SAPHRA, is calling on all members of the public to report any side effects experienced after inoculation through official channels. Here's how members of the public can go about doing it.
The provincial government in Limpopo is considering implementing alcohol restrictions for unvaccinated people as an incentive to combat vaccine hesitancy.
Statistics South Africa recently published its latest Quarterly Labour Force Survey, which has revealed that the country's unemployment rate has increased to a record high of 34.4% in the second quarter of 2021.
Today marks two years since the brutal death of UCT student, Uyinene Mrwetyana, at the hands of Post Office employee, Luyanda Botha. Her friends say that they have been learning to cope with her passing.
The Department of Social Development has proposed legislation on Social Security and Retirement Reform that could see employees pay 12% of their earnings into a state-run national social security fund (NSSF).
Opposition party members have expressed concerns about the nomination of the former Defence Minister, Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula, as National Assembly speaker. They base their concerns on Mapisa-Nqakula's failure to handle last month's unrest as Defence Minister and her questionable track record as a member of Parliament.
There are calls for mass media to dedicate vaccination campaigns based on science and evidence to prime time slots. This follows concerns around vaccine hesitancy as a result of the spread of misinformation about the safety of vaccines.
The Taliban has taken charge of Afghanistan as the last U.S troops leave the country. This has left much of the country's civilian population in horror as many have tried to flee the country out of fear.
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