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The Department of Basic Education (DBE) has put measures in place to support learners during the national coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown.

Minister Angie Motshekga met with the Council of...

South Africa’s tourism sector has been grounded by the coronavirus, which has resulted in trips being cancelled or postponed.

All tourism attractions, places that offer holiday...

The 21-day national lockdown has had a huge impact on businesses and employees.

In response, government has announced a number of measures to protect all workers from the impacts of the...

Social grant payments for the elderly and people with disabilities is in full swing as South Africa enters Day 4 of the 21-day lockdown to curb COVID-19.

In preparation for the lockdown,...

Government and civil society have acted swiftly to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), keeping citizens safe and assisting them during these trying times....

The Gauteng Department of Health has added a novel coronavirus (COVID-19) feature to its Mpilo – Healthcare mobile app, which was launched last year to improve service delivery in healthcare facilities.   The Mpilo –
President Cyril Ramaphosa has urged South Africans not to panic following his recent announcement of the coronavirus being a national disaster and pandemic.  He also advises every citizen to take charge of their own safety by observing
The Department of Basic Education has provided guidance for childcare facilities and schools to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. To prevent the spread of the Coronavirus in South Africa government has announced that schools have been
South Africa is a water scarce country which means everyone needs to relook at their water usage and find ways to use less. Investing in rainwater harvesting rather than new dams could be the best course of action in the face of South Africa
By supporting products and services made on home soil, South Africans will be able to help grow the economy. Buying locally manufactured products will ensure that the money spent by citizens stays in the country. It will also assist the
Minister of Justice and Correctional Services Ronald Lamola says the review of the parole boards will bring a more detailed system which will be used to determine whether offenders are equipped to re-engage with society.  Parole is part of

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