From The Desk Of The President - Monday, 18 January 2021 - The first two weeks of the year have been difficult for all South Africans. The coronavirus pandemic has gotten worse, with new infections increasing far faster and far higher than before.
Maharaj will play a crucial role for the Proteas in Pakistan‚ says Ngidi: Proteas fast bowler Lungi Ngidi believes that spinner Keshav Maharaj will play a vital role for the South Africans on the expected slow and at times turning pitches in Pakistan.
As further support for this NICD statement, here is research presented at scientific briefing tonight: 90% of those infected by first variant had "reduced immunity" to the new variant, and 48% had "complete immune escape" to the new variant. (Study of 44 South Africans.)
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. @ShahanR spoke to SAB’s Hellen Ndlovu. #TheLead #DStv403
Polling firm, Ipsos has found that South Africans are more concerned with rising unemployment, violent crime, and government corruption than #COVID19 . Dan Moyane talks to Director in South Africa, Mari Harris. #eNCA Courtesy#DStv403
KARL WESTVIG | State's failure has forced SMEs to adapt or die: It will go down in all our memories as a day we will never forget: Millions of South Africans sat glued to their TV screens, watching President Cyril Ramaphosa announce that we were all…
WATCH | #KFCProposal - Hector Mkansi and Nonhlanhla Soldaat were never ready for the kind of love and support they would receive from South Africans. Watch them share their love story and express their appreciation. #sabcnews
“Rugby shouldn’t be something that creates pressure on you, it should be something that creates hope” An eloquent response from @Springboks head coach Rassie Erasmus on the meaning of pressure for South Africans outside of rugby #RWC2019
South African artists don't want to share a stage with Nigerian singer Burna Boy at the "Africans Unite" concert. The Tshwane Entertainment Collective has written to the Arts and Culture Minister to object his inclusion. Katlego Malatji explains.
10 South Africans dead in last two weeks violence ... zero Nigerians. Twitter made you turn on your own country. Sies.
I'm totally bewildered with the lack of empathy shown by many white South Africans. You don't need to be woke to get that for the most part we have benefited from the marginalisation and exclusion of people of colour. Own your priveldge, appreciate it and pay it forward ??