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Consol Glass fears losing millions in alcohol ban
So with the alcohol sales ban, orders for beer and wine bottles have dropped significantly but the problem is the maker of those bottles Consol Glass is keeping furnaces and production - and that's
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Brakes on State Capture Inquiry Commission
Another week-delay to scheduled hearings is expected at the State capture inquiry.
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Lesufi visits Helpmekaar College
Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi has reiterated that no learners are allowed at school and that schools that want to migrate to online teaching can do so.
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SA Lockdown: A plea to extend curfew hours
The City of Cape Town says lost trading hours means businesses are struggling to keep afloat. Lindsay Dentlinger has more details. Courtesy #DStv403
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Expert says veterinarians should be roped in the fight against COVID-19
One expert believes veterinarians are experienced in dealing with animal pandemics and they should be roped in to help in the fight against COVID-19.
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COVID-19 in SA | Alcohol ban impacts job loses
Thousands of people have lost their jobs as a result of the ban on alcohol sales. This number is adding to the already high percentage of South Africans without employment.
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Surviving COVID-19, twice | Story of doctor Mathobela Matjekane
Surviving COVID-19, twice. That's the story of doctor Mathobela Matjekane, from Clini-med in the Western Cape. Doctor Matjekane speaks to eNCA on this. Courtesy #DStv403
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Long wait for houses for Kraaifontein residents
Thousands of people in Kraaifontein continue to wait on the promise of housing.
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Siemens South Africa CEO says there's hope for infrastructure-led recovery
The local CEO of the multinational Siemens South Africa, Sabine Dall’Omo, says she is optimistic that the country’s promised infrastructure-led recovery will finally be implemented from late 2021
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Complaint laid against Chief Justice over vaccine remarks
Health advocacy group the African Alliance has filed a formal complaint with the Judicial Services Commission against Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng following his remarks about COVID-19 vaccines.
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Govt says higher education not in jeopardy
Higher Education Minister, Blade Nzimande is confident the academic year isn't in jeopardy. Speaking in a press briefing Nzimande says his department is managing to save the academic year.
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NSFAS applications won't reopen: Nzimande
Applications for the National Student Aid Fund will not reopen, that's according to higher education minister Blade Nzimande.
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Minister Blade Nzimande on the reopening of Higher Education
Minister Blade Nzimande to host a media briefing outlining Cabinet decisions on plans for the reopening of the Post School Education and Training Institutions, the developments and contribution of
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Hard lockdown has led to an increase in eLearning
The hard lockdown has led to an increase in eLearning. It's being hailed for its success to retain information.
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DA slams government over its response to COVID-19
The Democratic Alliance slams government over its response to COVID-19. The party describes government's procurement of COVID-19 vaccines as a failure. eNCA reporter, Manqoba Mchunu, has more on this.
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Nzimande outlines plans for the reopening of tertiary institutions
Higher Education Minister, Blade Nzimande has outlined plans for the reopening of tertiary institutions. Universities South Africa CEO, Ahmed Bawa, reacts. Courtesy #DStv403
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COVID-19 impacting women's careers
#eNCA's Thulasizwe Simelane speaks to Gender Activist, Lisa Vetten about the impact #COVID19 has on women in the workplace. #eNCA Courtesy #DStv403
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WCape top cop faces disciplinary hearing
it's been four months since top Western Cape cop, Charl Kinnear, was assassinated and still, only one person has been arrested. #DStv403 #eNCA
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SA's racial tensions | GEMS attempts to block race report
#eNCA's Thulasizwe Simelane talks to Government Employees Medical Scheme Principal Officer, Stan Moloabi about a report into racial profiling of doctors by medical aids. #eNCA Courtesy #DStv403
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Uganda elections | Bobi Wine remains under house arrest
Uganda's long-time President Yoweri Museveni has been re-elected. This is despite accusations of vote fraud by his main rival Bobi Wine. Uveka Rangappa spoke to Political Analyst Zaynab Mohamed.
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2021 Academic year | Lesufi visiting Helpmekaar College
Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi, is visiting Helpmekaar College in Braamfontein.
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Bisho Hospital | Medical staff accommodation upgrade
Bisho Hospital medical staff will soon be sleeping easier on site. Non-Profit organisation Gift of the Givers is expected to open the doors of their newly-renovated quarters.
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Schools to reopen on 15 February | 2021 Academic year
Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi, is visiting Helpmekaar College in Braamfontein.
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WhatsApp | Privacy policy deadline moved to 15 May
Should WhatsApp users really be worried about the new privacy changes? The smartphone app has postponed its deadline for the controversial privacy policy changes to 15 May.
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What worries the world? | COVID-19 not high on SA list
Polling firm, Ipsos has found that South Africans are more concerned with rising unemployment, violent crime, and government corruption then #COVID19.
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Illegal football Academy exposed | Checkpoint investigation
For 5 years an illegal football academy has been operating in Johannesburg claiming an alliance with National First Division Club, Polokwane City FC.
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Wine producers lose R8 billion | SA lockdown
R8-billion has been lost in direct sales revenue due to the alcohol sales ban. And, that's just from the wine industry.
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Calls for longer trading hours | SA lockdown
The City of Cape Town is calling for curfew hours to be shortened. The City says some businesses have not recovered from the hard lockdown and are now facing closure due to reduced trading hours.
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Motsoaledi justifies land border closures
Home Affairs Minister, Aaron Motsoaledi, says there was nothing sinister about government's decision to shut down land borders. Motsoaledi says the government was acting on information given.
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SA women finding success abroad | Football
Female South African footballers are making a mark for themselves abroad. More players are drawing attention from teams in Europe, Asia, and the United States.
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