Positive reaction to government's latest move on independent power
President Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday announced an amendment to the Electricity Regulation Act that will make it easier for independent power providers to generate power and even sell it back into the grid.
Bail hearing date in Nafiz Modack case expected to be finalised next week
Modack, his alleged associate, Ricardo Morgan, and bogus private investigator Zane Kilian have been charged with the murder of organised crime detective Charl Kinnear.
WC ropes in 267 UWC nursing students to help with COVID-19 vaccinations
These students have received additional training from the provincial health department on how to inoculate people.
Mkhize: My family agreed that all funds from Digital Vibes must be returned
As revelations around the Digital Vibes contract continued, including assertions that the company bought his son a bakkie, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said that he spoke to his family about it and they were in agreement that these funds needed to be returned.
CPUT now the first tertiary institution to vaccinate staff, students
COVID-19 vaccines will be administered at the facility's Bellville campus.
WC aiming to vaccinate 70,000 people this week
Since the mass vaccination drive got under way, more than 110,000 people who were 60 years and older in the province had been inoculated.
Average daily rate of new COVID infections now at 4,500
Gauteng by far tops the list of provinces registering the highest number of active COVID-19 cases.
Driver of bakkie killed in collision with train in Wellington
Metrorail said the accident happened between Hermon and Voëlvlei at a farm level crossing.
SA scientists start genome sequencing project to study COVID-19 progression
The study by the South African Medical Research Council means they will break down the patients’ genetic building blocks to see if they are predisposed to developing a more severe form of the disease.
EC health authorities satisfied with pace of COVID vaccination drive
The province has so far administered around 120,000 vaccine shots to healthcare workers and people over 60 years old.
CoCT truck hijacked, torched in latest attack on city property, staff
The driver from the Recreation and Parks Department was attacked in Delft while on his way to pick up colleagues on Thursday.
8 African countries seeing sharp rise in COVID-19 cases - WHO Africa
Over the past week, 74,000 COVID-19 cases were reported, while 131,000 people on the continent died from the disease.
64% of NC COVID-19 fatalities are people aged 60 and over - dept
Provincial health bosses said that 1,100 people who contracted the coronavirus had passed on.
About 26% of eligible candidates have registered for vaccination in the NC
The provincial government is urging more people to register on the Electronic Vaccine Data System as phase 2 of vaccination is currently under way.
Premier Saul: 27,000 NC residents eligible for jabs have registered
Provincial government officials gave an update on their response to the pandemic earlier on Wednesday, urging more people to register on the Electronic Vaccine Data System (EVDS).
South Africans need to play their part to stave off COVID-19 third wave - NICD
Experts said that four provinces - the Northern Cape, Free State, North West and Gauteng - had already entered the third wave.
NC authorities: We are managing the surge of COVID infections
There are more than 8,000 active COVID-19 cases in the Northern Cape; over the past week, 264 positive coronavirus cases were recorded at schools.
Nafiz Modack’s lawyers ask for more detail on Kinnear case to prepare for bail
Modack, alleged private investigator Zane Kilian and associate Ricardo Morgan have been charged with the assassination of Anti-Gang Unit Detective Charl Kinnear.