Covid 19 update: David Mabuza to head coronavirus vaccine rollout
The second wave of the coronavirus has seen the number of new cases climb as hospitals buckle under the pressure. The vaccine rollout will bring relief to many.
Gareth Cliff Tells Government to Stop Stealing from South Africans
Gareth Cliff has some extra spicy words for the South African government after he received a couple of automated texts telling him to change his behaviour.
Mashaba Questions David Mabuza Leading Covid19 Vaccine Task Team
ActionSA leader Herman Mashaba has called Deputy President David Mabuza's ability to lead the state's Covid-19 vaccine inter-ministerial task team into question
Report: Government Avoided Coronavirus Vaccine Discussions with Pfizer
The South African government reportedly avoided entering into vital negotiations with Pfizer to procure doses of the Covid-19 vaccine for 'months and months'.
Thandiswa Mazwai comments on jobs lost in the entertainment industry
Thandiswa Mazwai has commented on the jobs that have been lost in the entertainment industry in Mzansi. She said sound engineers, among many, have lost jobs.
SAPS Confiscates R640 000 in Liquor Amid Continued Restrictions
The South African Police Service has confirmed that a massive bust saw a staggering R640 000 in alcohol confiscated amid the current national lockdown ban.
Beautiful twin sisters sadly succumb to Covid19 just a day apart
Phumla and Phumeza from the Langa community in Cape Town have died after they both succumbed to Covid-19-related illnesses only a day apart from each other.
Coronavirus Update: SANDF Costs R95 Million in Level 3 Deployment
The South African National Defense Force was recently deployed to govern the country amid the Level 3 lockdown conditions, costing SA a staggering R95 million
Yvonne Chaka Chaka dragged after sharing her views on Covid19 vaccine
Yvonne Chaka Chaka has been dragged after sharing her views on the Covid19 vaccine. The legendary musician asked why there's still no vaccine for HIV & malaria.
Ramaphosa assures SA that enough Coronavirus vaccines will be procured
Amid growing concerns that the nation will not be adequately supplied with doses of the coronavirus vaccine, President Cyril Ramaphosa has assured the country.
Explainer: SA planning for a Coronavirus vaccine 'ID system'
With the world scrambling to obtain its share of Covid-19 vaccines the South African government is reportedly looking into methods to track the medication.
Lady shares moving post about volunteering to help ease Covid19 burden
Mpho recently motivated many people to do what they can do to help combat the horrible coronavirus that has been leaving a trail of destruction in the world.
Lockdown alcohol ban is not ending any time soon, Mzansi reacts
Minister of Health Dr Zweli Mkhize has made it clear that the alcohol ban will not be lifted any time soon. Social media users started to weigh in on the ban.
Mkhize: Liquor ban continues to aid in relieving pressure in hosptials
Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize is adamant that the controversial liquor ban continues to play a crucial role in combating Covid-19 despite the economic losses.
Glass industry set to lose R1.5 billion amid continued liquor ban
The glass industry is warning of immense job loses amid the continued lockdown ban on liquor sales, cautioning that a staggering R1.5 billion remains at risk.
Lady pens sweet message for nurse sister who is braving Covid19 fight
A South African woman, Makhokolotso Mk Mitchell recently shared a post in Facebook's ImStaying group about her sister who is a nurse that is fighting Covid-19.
Coronavirus update: Tutu voices support for vaccines amid pandemic
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu and his foundation have voiced immense support for the Covid-19 vaccines, vowing to take his shot when it becomes available.
NSFAS: Blade Nzimande confirms 2021 applications won't reopen
Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande recently announced that applications for the National Student Aid Fund will not be reopening for late submissions.
Ramaphosa threatened with legal action: DA wants vaccine details
The Democratic Alliance's leader John Steenhuisen has threatened President Cyril Ramaphosa with legal action over the government's plan for Covid-19 vaccines.
Dad arrested buying formula during curfew to sue SA Police Service
Naas le Roux was arrested after rushing to purchase formula for his newborn baby during curfew hours but the father has now decided to press his own charges.
Government is considering tax increases to fund the Covid 19 vaccine
The National Treasury and the South African government are considering increasing tax rates so that they can fund the Covid-19 vaccine. Social media reacted.
Coronavirus update: Undertakers taking strain amid increased deaths
The Covid19 coronavirus pandemic currently gripping the country placed many healthcare workers under immense strain and the funeral industry is no exception.