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The national state of disaster has been extended by yet another month. This decision follows consultations with the Cabinet.

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Just over a year ago, the world of work closed down. For millions of employees around the world, remote work became a reality – for many, literally overnight.

Zweli Mkhize

The Minister of Health has announced details of the exact arrival time of the first doses of Covid-19 vaccines that will be coming to South Africa from their production facility in India. In a evenining webinar the Minister shared the long-awaited details with the public, with many critising the government for moving too slowly in securing the vaccines.

Reserve Bank Governor, Lesetja Kganyago announced that the Reserve Bank will not be changing the repo rate this year. 

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The National Professional Teachers' Association of South Africa (NAPTOSA) feels that the government should have included teachers in the first group that will receive the COVID-19 vaccine since schools are reopening and teachers will be the ones on the frontline of the pandemic along with healthcare workers.

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Cyril Ramaphosa's government is being roundly criticised for not acting fast enough to secure vaccine supplies to protect health workers and other vulnerable groups from Covid-19.

 

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Last night the President had a sit down with the nation and proceeded to tell all South Africans that the country would enter lockdown Level 3. Which means stricter regulations and protocols to follow in an effort to decrease the country's COVID-19 cases.

President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the country is being moved to adjusted level 3 of lockdown with immediate effect from midnight tonight. New regulations will be put in place as well.

Flights To Germany

A new strain of the coronavirus was discovered in South Africa, which is not only scary for citizens of the country but also for other countries since people are constantly travelling all over the world.

The uncertainty brought on by COVID-19 requires organisations to recognise leadership and employee sentiments and explore new ways of working for business continuity. This perspective piece provides change management insights and best practices to assist organisations in minimising the COVID-19 impact on people, operations, and businesses. With the second wave hitting South Africa as soon as it did, every employee, employer and organisation needs to brace and prepare themselves for a permanent change in industry.

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