WC Health MEC Mbomo assures rural residents of access to COVID-19 vaccine
Health MEC Nomafrench Mbombo conducted oversight visits to health facilities in rural districts to assess their readiness ahead of the South Africa’s mass vaccination drive kicking off next month.
WC ready for phase 2 of vaccine rollout, says Health MEC Mbombo
Health MEC Nomafrench Mbombo is this week visiting district hospitals that'll serve as vaccination sites and she's started in Caledon and Swellendam on Monday.
WC ANC praises late struggle vet Graeme Bloch as a non-racialist & educationist
Bloch was married to former African National Congress (ANC) deputy secretary-general Cheryl Carolus.
Mbalula urges SA airlines to begin using Iata mobile travel pass
The pass is a mobile application for travellers to help manage their verified certifications for COVID-19 tests and vaccines.
Mbalula: Travellers departing on domestic flights dropped by 62% in 2020
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula quoted these figures while addressing a South African Civil Aviation Authority virtual conference earlier this morning.
Authorities hunting duo after Golden Arrow bus robbed in Khayelitsha
Two robbers are still at large after targeting the driver and passengers of a Golden Arrow bus in Khayelitsha on Wednesday morning.
WHO: COVID shows govts must increase investment in public health
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize - in collaboration with the WHO - earlier on Wednesday hosted a virtual discussion to commemorate World Health Day.
Golden Arrow bus commuters robbed in Khayelitsha
Two robbers posing as passengers boarded a bus in Khayelitsha on Wednesday morning.
Mkhize: SA vaccine programme a collaborative effort between govt, private sector
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said that government's approach to managing the COVID-19 pandemic was based on an all-inclusive strategy to utilise the full capacity of the country's health system.
Eskom dispute with Oracle a threat to every South African, says energy expert
The company claimed that it had been underpaid by around R7.3 billion. Eskom denied this, saying that the amount was R166 million.
One of the cars in deadly KZN crash was overloaded - officials
It involved a Ford Ranger, which was carrying six passengers, and a Mazda 3 that was seen carrying seven passengers.
Police officers receiving medical treatment after vehicle attacked in Mfuleni
The assault came after the City of Cape Town law enforcement officials demolished illegally erected shacks on Sunday.
Five rape suspects due in court following separate attacks in southern Cape
Police arrested a suspect accused of sexual assault in Kwanokuthula in Plettenberg Bay on Sunday.
Gumtree SA warns people to look out for Easter weekend accommodation scammers
The online classified advertisement website's customer service supervisor, Louis Bosman, said there were some red flags holiday makers should be aware of.
CoCT calls on residents to play part in preventing COVID-19 third wave
Officials met with the federated Hospitality Association of South Africa, Cape Town Tourism, the Southern African Association for the Conference Industry and Skål International ahead of the Easter holiday period.
SAHPRA authorises commercial use of J&J COVID-19 vaccine
The single-dose jab is currently being administered to healthcare workers as part of the country's phase 1 vaccination rollout.
Law expert says transportation of booze over Easter weekend isn't illegal
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini -Zuma said they had learnt that when there was increased movement of people, the likelihood of the spread of COVID-19 became higher.
Plato proposes no salary hike for City of CT staff to ease burden on residents
Dan Plato said they would petition the Local Government Bargaining Council to not award any salary increases for staff and councillors.