The national state of disaster has been extended by yet another month. This decision follows consultations with the Cabinet.
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.
The validity of visas that expired during the lockdown has been extended. Home Affairs Minister, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi released a gazette explaining the extension.
The Department of Home Affairs will be bringing back some services that were temporarily suspended in January 2021.
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.
The President stepped up to the podium just eleven days after the last family meeting to update the country on further restrictions and how the country is handling the pandemic, especially now that the country has officially entered the second wave.
The Covid-19 vaccine online registration is now open to the public. This launch comes as the Department of Health prepares for phase two of the vaccine rollout.
The public, as well as citizens over the age of 60 can now register on the Electronic Vaccination Data System (EVDS).
Unisa has extended the submission date of assignments. The university confirmed this, following the extension of the academic year.
The new due date of all assignments is now 12 May 2021. However, this due date does not apply to the School of Business Leadership.
The employment relationship involves two parties - the employer and the employee - and accordingly there are three possible ways in which this relationship can end, or terminate.
The Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA), Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma confirmed the extension by releasing a gazette.