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Last week the Department of Basic Education (DBE) met with Eskom's leadership to deliberate on the challenges faced by Grade 12 students caused by load shedding. 

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Last week Minister of Health Dr Joe Phaahla said that a fourth wave of infections is likely to be triggered by the upcoming festive season.

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South Africa’s power utility Eskom has a difficult month. It seemed as if everyday they would release a statement announcing the loss of additional generation capacity.

President Cyril Ramaphosa

The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has declared the 2021 Local Government Elections free and fair.  

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South Africa’s power utility Eskom has announced that the country will move to stage 4 load shedding until Friday.

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As matriculants around South Africa prepare for their final school examinations, many will experience anxiety, nervousness and stress.

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The grade 12 examinations begin today with more than 730 000 students writing their first English paper.

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The National Liquor Traders Council has welcomed President Cyril Ramapohosa’s announcement that the country will be placed on alert level 1. This means that there will be fewer restrictions on the sale of alcohol.

The Solidarity Fund yesterday released its financial reports and revealed that the fund received more than R3 Billion in donations. The fund had however received a qualified audit which means some red flags were raised.

Earlier this month the National assembly passed 2 gender-based violence (GBV) bills. The bills will now be sent to President Cyril Ramaphosa and it is expected that he will sign these bills into law to combat GBV in South Africa.



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