COVID vaccines earmarked for teachers expected to arrive on Friday - Health Dept
The Health Department said that Basic Education Department staff, who included teachers, administrative and support staff at all schools, irrespective of age, would be vaccinated next.
'All the provinces are in trouble,' warns health dept on rising COVID-19 cases
Acting Health Minister Mamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane and the department briefed Parliament on the government’s preparedness for the third wave and the vaccination rollout.
Mkhize can't hide behind sub judice rule to avoid Parly - health committee told
Legal advisor Siviwe Njikela said the sub judice rule was established to protect the administration of justice but could never surpass the constitutional mandate of Parliament.
Who's who in the new Takatso Consortium
The DA says the first major concern about SAA's new majority shareholders is the fact that the board of Harith General Partners was chaired by Jabu Moloketi.
Mabuza: Lockdown and vaccine rollout prevented a 'catastrophe'
Deputy President David Mabuza said following the second wave, an incident management team and the WHO reviewed successes and failures and that this had helped in planning for the third wave facing South Africa.
Mabuza to face grilling on power cuts, vaccine programme during NCOP session
National Council of Provinces members are expected to grill the deputy president about the amendment of legislation to increase private electricity generation with the red tape being cut significantly.
DA: SAA-Takatso deal raises more questions than answers
The announcement of the newly-configured airline and strategic partner received a mixed reaction on Friday.
A 'unique' operating model: 51% of SAA to be sold to Takatso Consortium
Fifty-one percent of SAA will be sold to a consortium, while the Department of Public Enterprises will own the other 49%.
Moz insurgency being monitored in case violence spills over into SA - Ramaphosa
President Cyril Ramaphosa said that South Africa’s security agencies were monitoring the situation in the neighbouring nation and the possible spilling over of violence into South Africa.
Ramaphosa to lobby for temporary waiver on vaccine property rights at G7 meeting
The group of the world's wealthiest nations is meeting in the UK this week.
Parly can't outsource its constitutional duties to judiciary - Mkhwebane
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's legal representative Dali Mpofu on Wednesday questioned Parliament’s appointment of an independent panel, including a judge, to decide on her impeachment.
Casac & Corruption Watch support Parly probe into Mkhwebane
Lawyers for the Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution and Corruption Watch have opposed Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s application to have Parliament’s impeachment rules declared unconstitutional.
Court should not interfere in impeachment of Public Protector, Modise argues
These are some of the responses from National Assembly Speaker Thandi Modise and President Cyril Ramaphosa to Mkhwebane in her court battle to have Parliament's rules to remove her declared invalid.
Ramaphosa: No merit to Mkhwebane’s assertion of bias in her impeachment
Ramaphosa’s legal counsel has told the Western Cape High Court the president is also not involved in the pending parliamentary process.
Modise: Removal of PP is something Parly must alone determine
That’s the view of National Assembly Speaker Thandi Modise, who’s made submissions in the Western Cape High Court on Tuesday.
Parly changed PP's conditions of employment, Mkhwebane lawyer Mpofu tells court
Part B of Pupblic Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s fight to stop an inquiry into her fitness to hold office started on Monday in the Western Cape Hight Court and was expected to continue until Friday.
Mkhwebane: Modise violated my rights with public statement on my impeachment
In a legal fight against Parliament and attempts to remove her, Mkhwebane argues Modise’s conduct in the impeachment process should be set aside.
Mkhwebane returns to WC High Court to challenge constitutionality of Parly rules
It relates to a decision in Parliament to allow a motion for an impeachment inquiry into Mkhwebane to proceed.