President Cyril Ramaphosa used most of his address to the nation on Sunday evening to focus on the safety and efficacy of Covid-19 vaccines. Ramaphosa also announced the country would move to Level 2 lockdown. He also focused on the upcoming local government elections.
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The Consumer Goods Council of South Africa (CGCSA) and the Liquor Traders Association of South Africa (LTASA) have published a new report on the impact of the government’s Covid-19 regulations on the liquor industry, with the groups warning that continued restrictions will lead to thousands of job losses.
As Covid-19 cases decline and more people are vaccinated, countries are slowly starting to reopen their borders to travellers from South Africa.
The South African economy grew by a better than expected 1.2% in the second quarter, growing for four consecutive quarters. The pace of growth accelerated from 1.0% in the first quarter, which was revised lower from 1.1%.
President Cyril Ramaphosa will address the nation on the relaxation of lockdown regulations in the coming days.
The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) says that civil society groups have misinterpreted proposed vehicle licence fees gazetted late last week.
Four-year deal sees live motorsport returning to the public broadcaster after three decades
South Africa faces “another era of isolation” if it persists with coal power generation, the CEO of Eskom said, arguing a pivot to cleaner energy would boost the competitiveness of the country’s exports.
The microphones at a two-day government ‘public consultation’ session had barely been switched off last week when Gwede Mantashe’s Department of Mineral Resources and Energy dashed out a media statement trumpeting plans for South Africa’s second nuclear power station — a 2,500MW facility larger than the Koeberg plant.
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