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March 2021 1st edition

The matric 2020 inmate pass rate is the highest in five years, at 86.3%, with 76 distinctions and 78 bachelor passes.

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The country has moved to Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) alert level 1 but government urges people to continue with all the precautionary measures aimed at curbing the spread of the virus....

This month Vuk’uzenzele is celebrating an important milestone: the publishing of its 200th edition. ...

While delivering his fifth State of the Nation Address recently, President Cyril Ramaphosa made it clear that government is not in the business of making empty promises but is instead working...

South Africa kick-started its first phase of the vaccination rollout programme using the Johnson & Johnson vaccine recently. ...

Four students from the outskirts of KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) have jetted off to the University of Cape Town (UCT) to study medicine, after receiving funding from the provincial health department. Thembelihle Tsengane (18), Sibahle Ntuli (18), Bongeka
Graskop residents and surrounding communities in Thaba Chweu, Mpumalanga, are set to benefit from a new state-of-the-art clinic that was recently handed over to the Mpumalanga Department of Health by the South African Forestry Company Limited (
Government is committed to providing justice and security for women and children. The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) plays an important role in ensuring that the most effective legal mechanisms and support services are in place to assist
Deputy President David Mabuza has called on South African men to be counted in the nation’s efforts to end tuberculosis (TB) by getting tested. “Unless men heed this call, the wellbeing of South Africans will forever hang in the
South Africa’s Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) vaccination programme is making good progress, with the second phase expected to start soon. During a recent address to the nation, President Cyril Ramaphosa said Phase 2  of the programme
Take a trip this Freedom Day to understand a little more about the history of South Africa and why we celebrate this great nation on 27 April. Visiting historical sites across South Africa can help you to better understand the country’s

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