The Unemployment Insurance Fund has decided to step in once again and to provide relief for workers affected by the lockdown. This comes as many businesses have been looking to the government for some form of relief, following the new level 3 regulations.
More than 6 million Covid-19 tests have been conducted in South Africa, with 1 113 349 confirmed positive cases being identified. Now at what seems to be the peak of the second wave, the Covid-19 death toll stands at 30 011.
Fear remains as teachers and learners will be going back to school in 2 weeks. The second wave of Covid-19 has made a teacher union call for the government to make teachers a priority.
Good news for motorists, as the department of transport has extended the grace period for driving licenses. All driving licences that expired between 26 March 2020 and 31 December 2020 will now expire on a new date.
More than 800 000 Covid-19 cases have been recorded in South Africa and people are eager for a vaccine. Many countries are taking steps towards securing a vaccine and South Africa is one of them.
Absa has been trying to recover after an employee recently leaked client data to third parties. Some customers have been concerned, but Absa has called for calm as no customer pin codes or passwords have been compromised.
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