Following this evening’s address, President Ramaphosa has confirmed religious gathering and alcohol sale restrictions for Easter weekend.
With increasing infections, this probably isn’t going to be good news.
An adjusted level 3 lockdown takes effect this evening, with SA staying at that level until 15th January 2021.
Ramaphosa: ‘the Class of 2020 has had to endure conditions their predecessors never had to confront’
Ahead of the Matric exams Ramaphosa speaks to the nation.
President Cyril Ramaphosa also highlighted interventions which government is finalising which would address unemployment.
Cyril Ramaphosa will this evening address South Africans as regards developments in South Africa’s risk-adjusted response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Following meetings with Cabinet and the National Coronavirus Command Council, Cyril Ramaphosa will address South Africa on Thursday.
The president is concerned the exceptions and limitations of the Copyright Amendment Bill and the Performers’ Protection Bill will run the risk of constitutional challenges and require reconsideration.
President Ramaphosa will this evening address South Africa on measures to ease lockdown. Here’s where to watch.
South Africans are trying to determine whether the Presidency knows what’s happening at Eskom while coping with loadshedding.
The plan to restructure Eskom is expected to be detailed later this month.
The FPB Amendment bill has been signed into law but where we go to from here is unclear at this stage.
Welcome back Nhlanhla Nene and Pravin Gordhan and say goodbye to Faith Muthambi and Des Van Rooyen among others.
The fund was announced last week by Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba.
Over 600 sites in schools and clinics in two Eastern Cape municipalities were launched by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.
The City and Microsoft is setting itself a massive goal by training 1 million people with basic computer skills in order to further their education.
Curtis Nkondo School of Specialisation has risen from the ashes of notoriety to be a beacon of hope for the Emndeni community.
Twenty one students have been chosen to take part in this year’s WorldSkills Competition in Sao Paulo.