Two in three South Africans willing to vaccinate - study
Hundreds of face-to-face interviews were conducted between 14 May and 30 June across the country. Ask Afrika CEO Andrea Rademeyer said that 62% of those surveyed indicated that they were willing to get the vaccine.
CT Tourism joins call for Ramaphosa to move WC to alert level 2
Cape Town Tourism CEO Enver Duminy said with the summer season approaching he was encouraging, residents, tourism employees, and visitors to get vaccinated.
Toursim Month: CT Tourism has discounts and free access for those vaccinated
September is Tourism Month and the theme for this year is: 'Tourism for Exclusive Growth'.
Family of Swellendam baby murdered by her father welcomes sentencing
In 2020, the 16-month-old girl was killed when her father stabbed her in the neck and chest during a fight between her parents.
WC's first drive-through vaccination site now officially open to public
Officials said that cars, taxis with passengers and even buses could make their way through the five lanes under a massive marquee.
Winde calls on Ramaphosa to relax lockdown regulations to level 2
The province has passed the peak of the third wave with infections, hospitalisations and deaths dropping consistently.
Petrus September sentenced to 20 years for murdering Liezel Booysen (13)
The initial investigation reveals that the accused persuaded Booysen and a friend to accompany him to the refuse site in Barrydale where he hid liquor.
CT launches it’s first drive-through vaccination site at Athlone Stadium
At the launch of the drive through site on Thursday in the parking lot of the stadium, a group of cyclists and motorists waited excitedly to get their jabs.
Saapa urges BP to rethink decision to sell alcohol at petrol stations
The Southern African Alcohol Policy Alliance (Saapa) said that the move to sell alcohol at petrol stations would increase a culture of drinking or drinking while driving.
WC's Winde to petition President Ramaphosa to relax lockdown restrictions
Western Cape Premier Alan Winde said that this was essential for job creation, especially in the hospitality and events sector as the tourism season approached.
It's official: the Western Cape has exited its COVID-19 third wave peak
Infections, hospitalisations and deaths are all showing consistent declines.
SAAPA says BP must urgently halt plans to sell alcohol at fuel stations
The alliance has handed over a memorandum at the petroleum company's Johannesburg head office.
Sassa: Nearly 11.5m beneficiaries accepted for R350 grant
Sassa spokesperson Paseka Letsatsi said that they were still busy with the verification process of some applicants.
C.1.2 not yet a variant of concern - NICD
Professor Penny Moore said that the C.1.2. was at a low frequency currently - between 2% and 3% of infections - but this was gradually increasing month by month and that it was for this reason that they were watching the situation closely.
Alleged gangster appears in court in connection to Paarl triple murder
Justin Muller appeared in the Paarl Magistrates Court on Monday.
Sassa records more than 11 million applications for the R350 COVID grant
Sassa spokesperson Paseka Letsatsi on Monday said 57% were female applicants.
Transport dept plans several interventions to clear licence backlog by 2022
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has extended the licence renewal deadline to 31 March 2022, and says he is confident his department will have addressed the issues that contributed to the crisis by then.
CT disaster officials on high alert to assist residents following heavy rain
The winter storm that made landfall in the Western Cape on Thursday afternoon moved further inland.