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Muso dumped nursing studies to be queen of amapiano.

Most adults in SA back compulsory workplace jabs

More than half of SA adults support employers making Covid-19 vaccinations compulsory, according to  a survey.

Mamphela Ramphele and Barney Pityana to manage Tutu’s legacy

The Archbishop Desmond Tutu Intellectual Property Trust will be managed by a board led by Mamphela Ramphele and Barney Pityana, who have been closely associated with the Tutus for decades,…

Cabinet urges the public to take action against COVID-19

Amid the sharp rise in COVID-19 infections, Cabinet has urged the public take stronger action to fight back against the disease and its variants. In the last 24 hours, the…

Limpopo woman says she was inside her shack when the municipality bulldozed it

Josephine Msiza sits with what remains of her home and belongings. Hers was among 250 shacks demolished in Tshikota Extension 1, close to Louis Trichardt in Limpopo on Wednesday. Photos:…

Booster vaccines must be offered to older people immediately

Booster vaccines will help protect older people, who have borne the brunt of Covid. Illustration: Lisa Nelson Older people have borne the brunt of Covid. They are at greater risk…

Zondo report into state capture due in January, says Gungubele

Minister in the presidency Mondli Gungubele says the widely anticipated state capture report is scheduled to be submitted to President Cyril Ramaphosa in January.

Cabinet approves extension of national state of disaster until mid January

Minister in the presidency Mondli Gungubele says the cabinet has approved the extension of the national state of disaster to January 15.

Gauteng health gets R500m to hire staff for Covid-19

The Gauteng department of health has been given over R500m to fund the hiring of staff as part of the province’s Covid-19 response.

Humpback whale carcass washes ashore in Sea Point

‘If we can’t pull it off, we have a problem and we will have to rethink,’ says City of Cape Town coastal manager Gregg Oelofse.