Minister Pandor shocked by passing of Ambassador Zindzi Mandela
International Relations Minister Naledi Pandor said that the department was still busy gathering information regarding her passing and would be able to put out a detailed statement at a later stage.
Ramaphosa: It's up to South Africans to limit the spread of COVID-19
President Cyril Ramaphosa said that it was disappointing that many people were still reluctant to self isolate and quarantine, still did not wear masks, gathered in social groups and attended funerals with more than 1,000 people.
Former spy boss blames Zuma, Cwele for handling of Guptas probe
Former head of the State Security Agency Jeff Maqetuka testified at the state capture commission of inquiry on Friday.
JHB Water: Internal burst at Helen Joseph Hospital disrupted water supply
COVID-19 patients at the facility who can’t go out or have visitors bring them water are now desperate.
COVID-19 patients at Helen Joseph Hospital go 3 days without water
The internal medicine department at the Helen Joseph Hospital, which includes pulmonology, has nearly 300 patients, including COVID-19 patients, and said that it was unable to wash patients or give them drinking water.
Former State Security DG Maqetuka to appear at Zondo Commission today
It was during Mzuvukile Maqetuka’s tenure that an investigation was launched into the controversial Gupta family but it was later abandoned.
Limpopo ANCVL: NEC must reconsider reinstating VBS-implicated Radzilani, Msiza
The pair are implicated in the VBS Mutual Bank scandal, but the NEC said they haven’t been charged in two years and should be presumed innocent until found guilty by a court of law.
Joburg city council to meet to pass budget today
Mayor Geoff Makhubo previously failed to get the more than 50% plus one majority required for approval.
Nzimande: Africa must invest in researching traditional herbs as medicines
The minister said that processes were under way at the South African Products Authority for the establishment of dedicated structures for the regulation and evaluation of African medicines, clinical trials and their registration for commercial and clinical application.
Black women still excluded from senior management at some SA unis - Nzimande
A ministerial task team appointed by the minister has released a report into the inclusion of black South Africans in the academic sector.
Nzimande: Only certain BBBEE firms eligible for digital services contracts
The Higher Education Minister presented his department's COVID-19 response update on Wednesday.
Cabinet adopts 'historic GBV prevention framework'
Minister Blade Nzimande said the framework would advise institutions of higher learning on how to build their policies.
Nzimande: Black women excluded from senior management at certain universities
The Higher Education Minister said a report identified five factors preventing the participation of black academics - particularly black women - in universities.
Stay at home, Nzimande tells students amid COVID-19
The Higher Education Minister said universities could only allow 33% of final year students on campus under level 3 lockdown.
ANC NEC's decision to reinstate Radzilani, Msiza a principled one - MKMVA
The MKMVA said that a statement by its members in Limpopo, who condemned the African National Congress’s (ANC) decision to reinstate Florence Radzilani and Danny Msiza, did not reflect its official stance.
Health Ombud Makgoba to join international COVID-19 vaccine monitoring panel
The board has to ensure the safety of participants and the efficacy of the vaccine being tested.
SA truck drivers heed nationwide strike against hiring of foreign nationals
The drivers claim that South African companies choose to employ foreign drivers over citizens and say they make up about 90% of the workforce.
Former Lesotho PM Tom Thabane expected in court over wife's murder
The 82-year-old will be in the dock today to finally be charged with Lipolelo’s murder, like his wife Maesiah, as police allege that the pair masterminded the killing.