South Africa

Public servants are set to receive training on innovation and management in the digital and data era, as well as leadership in a time of crisis.

It is important to note that there is a difference between being fully recovered and being ready to come out of isolation.

The Department of Health has warned that high-dose blood thinners may harm critically ill COVID-19 patients.

Eskom has suspended loadshedding as the generation capacity has improved following the return of some generators to service.

While the country has seen some promising signs of declining new COVID-19 cases compared to the previous week, the second wave continues to put a massive burden on the healthcare system.

South Africa is showing signs of declining COVID-19 cases, with 9 010 new cases reported in the last 24 hours.

Higher education is the latest sector to delay its re-opening dates with 16 universities still finalising their academic year.

South Africa and the People’s Republic of China are teaming up to improve the capacity of public servants on governance as well as the management of disasters and emergencies such as the COVID-19 pandemic.

South Africa has technical capabilities to produce vaccines as the country battles with the COVID-19 resurgence.

The City of Ekurhuleni has warned the public of a social media job scam that has been falsely presented as the City’s recruitment process.

With the COVID-19 pandemic having battered the South African fiscus in 2020, President Cyril Ramaphosa has cautioned that the country will have to embrace innovative interventions to rebuild the economy in the New Year.

The nation has been struck by the loss of prominent figures within an already volatile arts and culture industry that has been the hardest hit by the impact of COVID-19, said Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa.

KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala has expressed shock at the passing away of Transport, Community Safety and Liaison MEC, Bheki Ntuli.

Operations at the Tshepong Hospital in Klerksdorp, North West province are back to normal after flooding caused the temporary closure of some parts of the hospital.

Gauteng police have confirmed the arrest of three managers of popular restaurants in Sandton and Silverton for selling liquor to patrons, in contravention to the Disaster Management Act and COVID-19 level three lockdown regulations.

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