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Ramaphosa says coronavirus forums will be rolled out countrywide

By: Yvonne Silaule     3rd July 2020 President Cyril Ramaphosa on July 3 said coronavirus forums would be rolled out nationwide and commended the Mpumalanga province for establishing... 

 Zondo Commission is biased, a 'farce', says letter from ex-Prasa CEO Lucky Montana

Zondo Commission is biased, a 'farce', says letter from ex-Prasa CEO Lucky Montana

By: News24Wire      3rd July 2020 The former CEO of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa, Lucky Montana, has lashed out at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture,... 

Mpumalanga develops ‘pillared strategy’ to curb Covid-19 spread

Mpumalanga develops ‘pillared strategy’ to curb Covid-19 spread

By: Yvonne Silaule     3rd July 2020 With Mpumalanga coronavirus infections projected to peak in the latter part of July, the province has developed a pillared strategy to alleviate... 

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Tobacco group lodges leave to appeal ruling that kept cigarettes banned

Tobacco group lodges leave to appeal ruling that kept cigarettes banned 

By: News24Wire      3rd July 2020 The Fair Trade Independent Tobacco Association has lodged an application for leave to appeal a court ruling that dismissed its challenge to... 

National Treasury warns of debt spiral, refutes criticism of reneging on spending commitments

National Treasury warns of debt spiral, refutes criticism of reneging on spending commitments 

By: African News Agency      3rd July 2020 National Treasury on Friday warned in a briefing to MPs that failure to arrest South Africa's debt trajectory would see borrowing costs consume... 

Unisa ruling 'enormous victory for Afrikaans' – AfriForum

Unisa ruling 'enormous victory for Afrikaans' – AfriForum

By: News24Wire      3rd July 2020 Lobby group AfriForum says a Supreme Court of Appeal ruling in favour of the preservation of Afrikaans as a fully-fledged language of education at... 

Independent schools body asks Ramaphosa to allow all grades to return

Independent schools body asks Ramaphosa to allow all grades to return

By: News24Wire      3rd July 2020 The Independent Schools Association of Southern Africa has pleaded with President Cyril Ramaphosa to allow all pupils in independent schools to... 

Sierra Leone doctors' strike leaves Covid-19 patients stranded

Sierra Leone doctors' strike leaves Covid-19 patients stranded

By: Reuters     3rd July 2020 Doctors treating Covid-19 patients in Sierra Leone went on strike on Thursday over unpaid bonuses, leaving patients in some of the main treatment... 

 SA extends employment of soldiers to help enforce Covid-19 rules to September

SA extends employment of soldiers to help enforce Covid-19 rules to September 

By: African News Agency      3rd July 2020 President Cyril Ramaphosa has informed Parliament of his decision to extend the employment of 20 000 members of the South African National Defence... 

Covid-19: Death toll hits 2 844 as cases rise to 168 061

Covid-19: Death toll hits 2 844 as cases rise to 168 061

By: News24Wire      3rd July 2020 The predicted impacts of coronavirus in Gauteng are becoming visible after the province registered a high number of deaths in the past 24 hours.... 

'Unlawful' home demolitions frustrate SA's objective to curb Covid-19 spread – rights institute

'Unlawful' home demolitions frustrate SA's objective to curb Covid-19 spread – rights institute

By: News24Wire      3rd July 2020 The Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa says the violent, callous and unlawful demolition of people's homes continue to frustrate the... 

Teacher unions not keen on Motshekga's decision to return more grades to school

Teacher unions not keen on Motshekga's decision to return more grades to school

By: News24Wire      3rd July 2020 Teachers unions are against the return of Grades R, 6 and 11 to school next week. Three unions told News24 that they were worried about the safety... 

Western Cape's Covid-19 peak could be 'flatter, longer', but that's good news for bed capacity

Western Cape's Covid-19 peak could be 'flatter, longer', but that's good news for bed capacity

By: News24Wire      3rd July 2020 The Western Cape's Covid-19 "peak" is likely to be flatter than first expected, but will also last for longer, which could mean the Western Cape... 

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