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The COVID-19 pandemic is having a devastating impact, destabilising the economy and putting pressure on already fragile livelihoods and communities. Restrictions on trade have
led to reduced imports and price hikes impacting both industry and consumers. Businesses have suffered further through loss of trade caused by the restrictions on movement and
limits on gatherings. Rising costs and declining revenue have forced many businesses to close or scale down, leading to job losses and declining household incomes. Unsurprisingly,

Tourism Minister, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane

The Department of Tourism is working on an initiative to give entrepreneurs access to more funding. 

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The end of the R350 grant has once again made SASSA the victim of fake news. 

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Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu said the Finance Link Individual Subsidy Programme (FLISP) will change the lives of South Africans entering the property market for the first time. 

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We can expect another epidemic in the near future. This is according to scientists and medical specialists that are confident that Covid-19 will not be the last world crisis. 

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Following a meeting to discuss the future of school sports, the Department of Basic Education has made a decision.

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South Africa has been in need of additional vaccination sites in order to speed up the vaccine rollout. 

 A third wave of Covid-19 has been predicted to hit Gauteng soon if the province continues to see an increase in cases.

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While government celebrates the arrival of the long awaited Pfizer vaccines, concerns have been raised about the future of the rollout. 

You can expect to pay more for petrol this week, as the Energy Department has confirmed the price will go up. 

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