Ramaphosa: Privileged South Africans can no longer close eyes to plight of poor
In a virtual address Sunday afternoon, President Cyril Ramaphosa reflected on the impact the pandemic has had on vulnerable South Africans, saying it’s time the country invests in a new society and economy.
Ramaphosa resists outright alcohol ban as he moves SA back to level 3 of the lockdown
Curfew will start an hour earlier while the number of people allowed to gather has been curtailed amid a surge in cases that will see Gauteng surpass second wave peak in ‘days’
Sale of alcohol may spell disaster: Citizens weigh in on easing of regulations
After over two months of stringent measures to curb the coronavirus, South Africans will have to familiarise themselves with another new normal.
Completely unacceptable for SAMRC board to pander to Gray witch hunt - Habib
South African Medical Research Council president Professor Glenda Gray criticised aspects of government's approach in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and claimed that it was not based on scientific evidence.
Address by President Cyril Ramaphosa on South Africa’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, Union Buildings, Tshwane
Address by President Cyril Ramaphosa on South Africa’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, Union Buildings, Tshwane | The Presidency
SA to move to level 3 lockdown from June 1
When South Africa moves to level 3 lockdown on June 1 you will be able to buy alcohol but cigarettes and other tobacco products are still off-limits, President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Sunday.
Ramaphosa calls for more shelters to house GBV victims
The president has conceded that South Africa is one of the most unsafe places for women, adding that the scourge needs intervention of the highest form.