All SAA flights to stop operating from 8 May - Gordhan
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan is briefing a joint virtual meeting of Parliament’s committees charged with oversight of Public Enterprises on developments in state-owned enterprises, including SAA.
Proposed return date for grade 7s, 12s is 1 June - Motshekga
Angie Motshekga said the principles of opening schools at the right time was accepted once all conditions had been met.
Who qualifies and how to apply for unemployment grant
The grant will be paid to qualifying unemployed individuals who are permanent SA residents and refugees registered on the home affairs system.
WATCH LIVE: Over 58k homes have received food parcels so far - Zulu
The country is still under level 5 lockdown due to the coronavirus and will move to level 4 on Friday.
SA records 7 new COVID-19 deaths, bringing total to 65
In a statement, the department said the total number of tests conducted to date was 133,774, of which 6,868 were done in the last 24 hours.
Govt announces R500b to aid the economy & R50b for social grants
The president’s address follows a Cabinet meeting on Monday that discussed ways to strengthen the country’s socio-economic recovery plan.
SAHRC: City of Joburg agrees to halt demolitions of homes in Lawley
Last week, the Red Ants demolished homes at the Kokotela informal settlement in the area.
SA COVID-19 cases reach 3,300 with 4 new deaths
In a statement, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said the were 165 new recoveries, bringing the total number of recoveries to 1,055.
SA now has 3,034 confirmed cases of the coronavirus
The department said the country also now had a total of 52 people who have succumbed to the virus with the Western Cape and KwaZulu-Natal provinces recording two new deaths.
EC, Limpopo record first COVID-19 deaths as total mounts to 48
The country also recorded an increase of COVID-19 death-related cases with the total number sitting at 48. The Eastern Cape and Limpopo provinces recorded their first deaths.
Practice what you preach! Officials worldwide who've broken COVID-19 rules
These are some government officials, across the world, who have contravened COVID-19 lockdown rules in their countries.
Ramaphosa tests negative for coronavirus
The Presidency said it had deemed it necessary to make the test results public to reassure the nation that the President is in good health and continues with his duties.
Didiza warns panic buying will hinder entire supply chain
From Friday morning, the country will go into a 21-day lockdown as government tries to curb the spread of COVD-19, which has killed almost 20,000 people around the world.
SUMMARY: Ramaphosa's full list of coronavirus precautions
EWN gives you a summary of what President Cyril Ramaphosa said during his address on how to curb the coronavirus.
SA now has 61 confirmed cases of the coronavirus
So far, 61 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in South Africa.
8 new coronavirus cases reported, bringing total to 24
From the 16 that was announced on Thursday, eight more cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed.
Makhura: Gauteng to provide 10,000 serviced stands for homes
During his 2020 State of the Province Address at the Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University in Ga-Rankuwa, Premier David Makhura said they would not mention in which parts of the province these serviced stands would be released.
Ramaphosa to make e-toll announcement soon, says Makhura
Gauteng Premier David Makhura was delivering his 2020 State of the Province Address at Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University in Ga-Rankuwa.