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Coronavirus

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The Covid19 pandemic has changed our working environment drastically. Companies had to re-evaluate working processes, and prioritise the safety and well-being of their employees. Working from home has become a norm for some businesses.

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The Acting Health Minister, Mmamoloko Kubayi has confirmed that South Africa has successfully passed the peak of the third wave.

Pfizer vaccine

Major Covid-19 vaccine producers, BioNTech and Pfizer have revealed that their vaccines will be produced in South Africa. 

Government has stepped in to resolve conflict in the Western Cape's taxi industry. The conflict has affected public transport in the province, and led to several deaths. 

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HR leaders trying to navigate a rapidly changing workplace environment now have a clear set of objectives to focus on: digitisation, talent, and the future of work.

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Schools will be reopening next week Monday, following the Department of Basic Education's plan to vaccinate teachers. 

The South African vaccine rollout has been expanded to include people over 50 years old. Nicol Myburgh, Head: CRS Technologies HCM Business Unit, discusses the obligations of companies when it comes to the vaccination, including providing days off for employees who need to get the jab and who may require sick leave if they experience any side effects.

protest in South Africa

Many businesses have stopped operating, following the unrest in some parts of the country. Labour lawyer Osborne Molatudi has weighed in on how the unrest has affected the rights of employees. 

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Schools will be reopening soon, after closing early in June, following the President's address. A new gazette has now been released, with updated return dates for learners and staff. 

Covid-19 vaccine drive-through

After targeting to vaccinate over half a million teachers and staff in the education sector, the Department of Basic Education ended its vaccine rollout on Wednesday.

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