431 water tanks allocated to Limpopo schools - dept
The Department of Water and Sanitation, alongside the Department of Basic Education, dispatched tankers to schools that were without access to water across the country to bolster their fight against COVID-19.
Body of missing girl (3) found dumped in bin in Orange Farm
It’s understood the grim discovery was made by a man who was combing through some of the waste earlier in the afternoon.
SABC says it plans to start retrenchment process
In a statement released on Thursday, the public broadcaster said it met with representatives of organised labour where they were issued with a Section 189 notice.
Nudist Beau Brummell dies
Beau Brummell opened the country's first nudist resort in 1981.
Rise in COVID-19 infections in EC must come as a huge warning - Mkhize
The province has the second-highest number of COVID-19 related deaths in the country and accounted for just over 12% of the national infection load with over 7,000 cases.
Andrew Mlangeni hailed for his role in SA’s development
The last surviving Rivonia trialist is celebrating his 95th birthday through a virtual gathering on Saturday afternoon.
Murdered KZN teen Andile Mbuthu laid to rest today
The 16-year-old was kidnapped and assaulted late last month after being accused of stealing alcohol from a local tavern.
Domestic air travel will be rolled out in 3 phases, with restrictions
The minister gave a briefing on the regulations and guidelines in the transport sector as it prepared for the easing of lockdown regulations from level 4 to level 3.
DA given a week to file submissions challenging lockdown regulations
The official opposition has taken exception to the regulations and vowed to challenge the legitimacy the of National Disaster Management Act in court.
Mapisa-Nqakula: Investigations into Collins Khosa’s death still ongoing
This was despite an inquiry by the SANDF clearing the four members implicated in his death.
Teachers in KZN to return to work on Thursday due to delays in delivery of PPEs
Teachers and school management were due back at work on Monday as announced by the Department of Basic Education last week.
NCCC approves international travel for S. Africans working, studying abroad
The country’s borders were closed with all international flights halted in an attempt to curb the spread of COVID-19.
How students will be affected under level 3 lockdown
President Cyril Ramaphosa earlier this month announced that most parts of the country would move to level 3 of the lockdown from 1 June.
Govt relying on several models to track SA’s COVID-19 outbreak, says Mkhize
Experts in the country are projecting that the Western Cape could run out of ICU beds by the end of next month if the pandemic continued on its current trajectory.
Eskom says load reduction initiative in Gauteng bearing fruit
However, Eskom urged residents in densely populated communities to only use essential energy to avoid prolonged outages caused by network faults.
Military Ombud urges citizens to follow procedure when lodging complaints
The Ombud said it was concerned that many South Africans were turning to social media to report officials who were breaking the law during the lockdown.
Military ombudsman probing at least 52 lockdown complaints against members
The office said that it had already started assessing the complaints lodged from the onset of lockdown, with some already allocated for investigation.
Over 1,000 social workers to be recruited to aid vulnerable families - Zulu
Government said the changes were aimed at assisting more vulnerable families in need during this period.