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Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has invited the taxi industry, workers, commuters and the rest of civil society to take part in a public dialogue about the future of the taxi industry.

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It is the job of the Department of Correctional Services (DCS) to ensure that inmates are cared for in a secure, safe and humane environment that promotes their rehabilitation.

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Any early childhood development facility that intends to reopen when the green light is given needs to complete a reopening self-assessment form.

Although an official date for the reopening...

As South Africa steadily edges to its COVID-19 peak, President Cyril Ramaphosa has urged citizens not to be complacent and adhere to the regulations put in place. 

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The business of manufacturing quality disposable nappies is one that not many black South Africans have considered. In fact, it is dominated by other races. 

This is what Shane Ngwenya,...

The Woza Matrics programme aims to help all Grade 12 learners pass their final examinations. This year’s matriculants have to faced considerable challenges because of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19).  The Department of Basic
Parents who are quarrelling and cannot agree on the best method of raising children can now find help at the Office of the Family Advocate.   “In Section 28, the Constitution says the rights of the child are paramount to any other
Athletes and artists who didn’t benefit from the first round of COVID-19 funding can re-apply.  Artists and athletes have a second chance to benefit from the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture’s (DSAC) coronavirus (COVID-19)
Those who have a family member with Alzheimer’s disease will have to keep explaining the dangers of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) to them.  Alzheimer’s is an illness of the brain that affects memory, the ability to
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is affecting the mental health of millions of people around the world. People affected by the disease or by its economic impacts, often feel high levels of stress and anxiety. For some people, the difficult
The South African tourism sector is on the road to recovery after months of hardships that include the loss of revenue and retrenchments due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.  “As we pick up – not from where we have left,

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