The South African Football Association (SAFA) has finally agreed to allow soccer fans entry into stadiums to watch matches. New guidelines have been however set for those who want to attend games at stadiums due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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.
An Afrobarometer survey found that more than 60% of South African citizens do not have faith in Cyril Ramaphosa's leadership. Read further for more.
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.
It's been revealed that the overwhelming number of Johnson & Johnson vaccines produced in South Africa are being exported to European Countries. Read further for more details.
After winning a silver medal in the 100m swimming breaststroke two days ago, Tatjana Schoenmaker continues to make South Africa proud in the pool as she wins gold. Read further for more.
South Africa celebrates the two first silver medals won in swimming and Surfing codes at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. Read further for more.
COSATU requests for a Disaster Relief Fund to be implemented to deal with the socioeconomic fallout from the ongoing violent protests in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.
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Although President Cyril Ramaphosa recently said the country would soon have standardized proof of vaccination to facilitate travel, access to establishments. The digital vaccine certificate is yet to be made publicly available until later this week.
President Cyril Ramaphosa, in his last Covid-19 address, said further information would still be provided on how vaccine passports can be used as evidence of vaccination for various purposes and events. New developments have since emerged regarding the issue of vaccine certificates.
South Africans travelling to the United Kindom (UK) have been met with travel ban restrictions due to Covid-19 concerns. President Cyril Ramaphosa was subsequently advised to speak to the UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson to remove the country from its red list and new developments have emerged since then.