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GroundUp missing millions: NLC remains tight-lipped over R80-million lottery funding for sports project that never materialised

Politically connected businessman Solly Siweya linked to funds meant for rural Limpopo village.

GroundUp OP-ED: It is vital that booster vaccines are offered to older people in South Africa immediately

The six-month gap is too long and should be reduced to four.

DM168 Op-ED: Some wear it on the outside while others keep it under wraps — a pro-tip guide to expressing your feelings

The end of the tether will always be the end of a tether, but each end is noticeably different.

KZN employs over 900 social workers to support GBV victims

In an attempt to boost its fight against the scourge of gender-based violence (GBV) and unemployment, the KwaZulu-Natal Government has employed new social workers to provide much-needed psychosocial support to…

Finance Ministry appoints three women to key positions

Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana has announced the appointment of three female, Black professionals to key positions in the Ministry and the Land and Agricultural Development Bank. Ministry spokesperson Mfuneko Toyana…

World ‘can and must improve Covid-19 response,’ says angry Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday renewed his attack on countries that have isolated Africa in response to SA’s announcement of the Omicron variant of Covid-19.

Only 6% of SA’s intensive care beds occupied by COVID-19 patients – WHO official

SA, where the Omicron coronavirus variant is driving a fourth wave of COVID-19 infections, has seen a 255% increase in infections in the past seven days, but only 6% of…

Farmers protest: Indian farmers call off lengthy protest after govt assurances

NEW DELHI, Dec 9 (Reuters) – Indian farmers called off a long-running protest on Thursday after the government conceded a clutch of demands, including assurances to consider guaranteed prices for…

World hunger: U.N. suspends food distribution in two towns in Ethiopia after looting

WASHINGTON, Dec 8 (Reuters) – The World Food Programme (WFP) has suspended food distribution in Ethiopiaand#039;s Kombolcha and Dessie towns after looting of supplies that staff were unable to stop…

CLASSIC SAUCERY: Throwback Thursday: Peppercorn sauce

The famous old sauce beloved of steak aficionados, usually termed simply peppercorn sauce, or pepper sauce (not to be confused with North America’s ubiquitous ‘hot sauce’), and the classic dish…