A tough road to recovery: CT bars, taverns relieved as alcohol sales ban lifted
President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday night announced alcohol may now be served at licensed premises throughout the week, while sales for off-site consumption are allowed from Mondays to Thursdays.
CoCT pushes Woodstock housing project, asks for survey of illegal dwellers
The municipality said this was needed to determine the number of illegal occupants on the premises, their identities, monthly income, and eligibility for state-subsidised housing.
Mbalula: Minibus fatal crashes dropped from 11.1% to 8.2% over festive season
But 1,448 people still lost their lives on our roads.
DA demands that police arrest officers seen in sjambok assault video
A video circulating on social media shows two police officials, one using a sjambok on a man and another slapping a second man earlier this week.
Wines of South Africa: Wine exports increased by 7.7% in 2020
Wine exports hit almost 320 million litres - despite a five-week ban on exports and huge challenges at the Cape Town Port terminal due to COVID-19.
Extend UIF TERS support scheme, Maynier tells Nxesi
David Maynier said the tourism and hospitality industry were already hard-hit, and jobs were being lost as a result of the continued closure of the beaches, the curfew and the alcohol ban.
WC police probing 2 officials after Worcester sjambok assault video emerges
In a video circulating on social media, one police official is seen using a sjambok on a man and another official is slapping a second man.
Winde asks Mkhize to relax some WC restrictions as COVID-19 cases decline
There' been a 19% drop in cases in Cape Town and an 18% reduction in rural cases.
8 people killed in head-on collision in Eastern Cape
The tragedy occurred on Tuesday.
Missing Imizamo Yethu boy Anothando Mhlobo's body identified - family
Anothando Mhlobo disappeared in August while playing with his friends.
‘It was a tough decision’ - CT Cycle Tour postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic
They say for several months they had been working with authorities and stakeholders around the possibility of hosting the event in March.
Police urge SA citizens to use amnesty to surrender illegal firearms, ammo
Authorities have reiterated that those found in possession of the above by 1 February will face charges.
Correctional Services ‘doing all it can’ to ease overcrowding in SA prisons
Since the coronavirus outbreak, more than 10,000 officials and inmates have been infected with the virus - more than 200 have died.
Uber Eats drivers to go on strike over cut delivery fees
“We sent them our grievances and they did call for an immediate meeting with drivers in Gauteng, which last two weeks and they said they were going to work on the concerns in the next couple of weeks. That was about three weeks ago.”
Cosas demands private schools close their doors amid COVID-19 second wave
Some independent schools welcomed back pupils despite government opting to delay the start of the 2021 school year by two weeks amid the second wave of COVID-19 infections.
Private schools are not breaking the law by reopening - Isasa
Some independent schools had already started with teaching and learning last week when the Department of Basic Education announced that schools would only reopen in mid-February.
West Coast residents warned not to eat fish washed up due to Red Tide
Red Tide is a common occurrence on the west coast at this time of year and is caused by a specific type of Plankton.
Popcru calls for Arthur Fraser's removal over COVID-19 infections in prisons
The union said as overcrowding in prisons was rising, so were COVID-19 cases.