Covid-19 and the subsequent lockdown has dominated news headlines and social media feeds for months. As adults, we understand the current and future implications of the pandemic and the subsequent lockdown but this isn’t as clear cut for children. Find out how you can explain the Covid-19 pandemic to your children.
The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) has released an online list of employers who have received a special Covid-19 grant meant to pay their staff but several complaints have been filed which prompted Employment and Labour Minister, Thulas Nxesi to hold a press briefing to address the matter - this is what happened.
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