South Africa

Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs says the implementation of a One-Stop Border Post with neighbouring countries and the establishment of the Border Management Authority (BMA) offers a solution to the challenges at the Beitbridge Border Post.

COVID-19 continues to rise in South Africa, with 13 105 new cases, representing a 26% positivity rate.

Police Minister Bheki Cele has called on South Africans to heed government’s call to adhere to the adjusted COVID-19 lockdown regulations.

President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that government will deploy a comprehensive vaccination strategy that aims to reach all parts of the country.

Home Affairs Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi has announced the suspension of several services rendered by the Department of Home Affairs under level 3 of the lockdown.

The Gauteng Provincial Government is gearing up for the worst-case scenario as the second wave of COVID-19 infections rears its ugly head in the province.

The National Credit Regulator (NCR) has urged the public to start 2021 on a good note by spending and borrowing wisely.

A 48-year-old man is expected to appear in the Durban Magistrate Court soon to face charges of burglary and theft.

Two men are expected to appear in the Galeshewe Magistrate’s Court after they were caught with drugs with an estimated street value of R6 195, said the South African Police Service (SAPS).

International Relations and Cooperation Minister, Dr Naledi Pandor, has expressed sadness upon learning of the passing away of Ambassador Themba Muziwakhe Nicholas Kubheka.

COVID-19 infections are not showing signs of slowing down as South Africa grapples with the second wave.

Minister in the Presidency, Jackson Mthembu, is in self-quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19.

As South Africa battles the second wave of the Coronavirus pandemic, President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced the country will remain on Adjusted Alert Level 3 Lockdown.

The Department of Basic Education believes that it is still on track to wrap up the marking of matric papers before the end of the month.

The Electoral Commission has once again approached the Electoral Court to postpone a series of scheduled by-elections following the implementation of COVID-19 level 3 lockdown restrictions.


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