South Africa

Four South Africans, who remained in Egypt for medical care following a bus explosion in that country, returned home on Wednesday.

The Compensation Fund (CF) is set to introduce a new electronic Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases (e-COID) claims management solution.

The 400 members from 14 political parties that received enough votes in the May General Election are taking their oath to serve in the Sixth Democratic Parliament today.

The public has 45 days to comment on the further amendments to the Financial Provisioning Regulations for the rehabilitation and remediation of environmental damage caused by the prospecting, exploration, mining or production operations.

The Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) has welcomed the proclamation by President Cyril Ramaphosa on the Special Investigative Unit’s (SIU) investigation into alleged unlawful or improper conduct by employees of the HPCSA.

Police in KwaZulu-Natal have warned Uber and Taxify taxis to be on high alert when operating in areas surrounding KwaMashu in Durban.

Services at Home Affairs offices in Roodepoort remain unavailable to the public following a break-in on Sunday.

The application and placement process for the 2020 academic year for Grades 1 and 8 in Gauteng public schools has gone live this morning.

Ugandan business people are keen to conduct business with their South African counterparts.

The Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) has activated its 24-hour operational centre following the explosion of a bus carrying South Africans in Egypt on Sunday.

Environmental Affairs Minister Nomvula Mokonyane has published the Draft National Climate Change Adaptation Strategy for public comment in Government Gazette 42446 (Notice No 644).

Incoming members of the National Assembly and delegates of the National Council of Provinces are expected to start arriving at Parliament from Monday.

Star College High learners Kiaran Chetty and Calden Gounden will represent South Africa in Stockholm, Sweden, at the Annual Stockholm Junior Youth Water Prize (SJWP) at the end of August.

International Relations and Cooperation Deputy Minister Reginah Mhaule has encouraged young people to pursue careers in academia.

Learners and parents from disadvantaged families under the Umzumbe Local Municipality were overjoyed when they received new school uniform the Social Development Department.

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