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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 Department of Social Development has appealed to people and organisations that work closely with children to report all cases of child abuse, neglect, abandonment and exploitation.

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A Gauteng entrepreneur whose communications business was failing as a result of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown, has shown that innovation and adaptability can save the day.

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Preparations for a possible increase in COVID-19 cases are underway with the government and the private sector building field hospitals, purchasing personal protective equipmentand ensuring that South Africa manufactures ventilators. South Africa
Police: 10111 Stop Gender Violence: 0800 150 150 Childline: 0800 055 555 There is no excuse for abuse. People can only help if they know. TELL SOMEONE.  
Post: Director: Risk Management Directorate: Risk Management Salary: An all-inclusive package of R1 057 326 per annum Reference Number: 3/1/5/1 – 20/24 Enquiries: Ms Zanele Ngwenya, Tel: 012 473 0472   Post: Director:
Three entrepreneurs has pened their own nappy business. 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
The words of Frantz Fanon that ‘each generation must discover its mission’ come to mind every time I have an opportunity to speak with young South Africans. No matter where they live and no matter what they do, they each have a
President Cyril Ramaphosa has read the riot act to abusive South African men, who harm women and children, saying the brutal attacks must come to an end Gender-based violence (GBV) has increased in the country amid the coronavirus (COVID-19)

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