Author: Nyakallo Mokoena

No indication yet of tightening COVID-19 lockdown regulations: Mkhize

Written by on 10 May 2021

Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize says President Cyril Ramaphosa has not yet indicated his intention to tighten the coronavirus lockdown regulations. This as concerns mount that the country could experience a substantial third wave of the virus earlier than was initially anticipated. The first four cases of a new coronavirus variant that emerged in India have also […]

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Vodacom launches support package for job seekers

Written by on 5 May 2021

VODACOM on Tuesday unveiled a support package for job seekers under its ConnectU portal. Vodacom said it was committed to helping job seekers by combining voice and data offers, continued access to learning and skills through UAcademy and access to zero-rated job sites housed under ConnectU portal. As part of the package, Vodacom said it […]

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NPA GRANTED ORDER TO SEIZE R1.4BN IN ASSETS BELONGING TO EX-ESKOM EXECS, OTHERS

Written by on 4 May 2021

The order was enforced on all the accused in Mpumalanga, Gauteng, Limpopo earlier on Tuesday. The High Court in Pretoria has granted the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) an order to seize R1.4 billion of assets belonging to former Eskom executives and others implicated in corruption. The order was enforced on all the accused in Mpumalanga, […]

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New kid on the block to rep Africa at Nickelodeon

Written by on 28 April 2021

Newcomer Lerai Rakoditsoe is making history as the first face on the continent to front a show on kids channel Nickelodeon Africa. Sowetan has learnt that in an effort to open the industry, ViacomCBS Networks Africa will today unveil the 18-year-old born in Bassonia, south of Johannesburg, as the channel’s first African presenter. Rakoditsoe will host […]

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Pick n Pay plans to go big in Africa

Written by on 22 April 2021

Pick n Pay plans to tap into growth opportunities in the rest of Africa over the long term as it announced a 4.3 percent increase in group turnover to R93.1 billion during the 52 weeks ended in February compared to a year earlier. Photo: Simphiwe Mbokazi African News Agency (ANA)   PICK N PAY plans […]

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ZUMA’S LAWYERS WITHDRAW SERVICES TO REPRESENT HIM IN CORRUPTION TRIAL: REPORTS

Written by on 21 April 2021

The matter is expected to sit in the Pietermaritzburg High Court on 17 May.   JOHANNESBURG – Former President Jacob Zuma’s lawyers have reportedly withdrawn their services to represent him in his corruption trial. The matter is expected to sit in the Pietermaritzburg High Court on 17 May. However, it is being reported that the lawyers […]

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