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ActionSA said it will pursue a high court review of the decision by the National Assembly’s Joint Committee on Ethics and Members’ Interests to exonerate Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema for his comments encouraging illegal immigration.
The Red Berets leader made the remarks during an EFF press conference on January 14, 2021.
Malema called for the opening of South African borders for the Southern African Development Community (SADC).
The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) shortlisted four candidates for the available positions at the Constitutional Court (ConCourt).
Earlier on Tuesday, the JSC interviewed five candidates in Sandton to fill the two vacancies at the ConCourt.
The JSC was to recommend the names of the three candidates for exam.
The Automobile Association (AA) says recent fuel tax relief will not necessarily ease the pain in motorists’ pockets.
Petrol prices will rise at midnight with 93 UPL petrol rising by 28c per liter and 95 UPL by 36c, while the price of diesel will rise between R1.52 and R1.69 per litre.
95 ULP will cost R21.96 for inland and R21.24 for coastal areas.
The government’s decision to end the state of national disaster is “merely symbolic” and will do little to change the status quo in South Africa.
It depends AfriForum who says President Cyril Ramaphosa announcement Monday evening, when the state of disaster is lifted, will not change anything since the current Covid-19 regulations will remain in place for another month, after which the new government health regulations will come into force.
Cosatu says he is troubled by media reports that the South African Communist Party (SACP) is struggling to pay staff salaries on time.
The union federation, allied with the ANC and the SACP, called on the Communist Party to immediately pay its employees what is due to them.
This followed reports that full-time SACP staff were entering their sixth month without receiving their salaries.
The Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture is still finalizing its final report following speculation that it may be released sooner than expected.
In a statement on Tuesday, the commission, chaired by Acting Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, said the report will be sent to the president. Cyril Ramaphosa “Once finished”.
“The commission would like to inform the public that it is in the process of finalizing part [four] of his report which he will submit to the President once it is completed. The public will be notified one way or another once it is known when a party [four] will be delivered to Presidencysaid commission secretary Itumelang Mosala.
The Federated Hospitality Association of South Africa (Fedhasa) says the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test is a “disadvantage” in tourism that is not only expensive to obtain but also expensive.
Fedhasa says it’s a small annoyance that has a lingering impact on family travel.
Under the new regulations, announced on March 22, 2022, only children under the age of five are exempt from providing either a vaccination certificate or a negative PCR test to travel to South Africa.
A report on the treatment of patients at Rahima Moosa Hospital revealed that one of the patients asked the pregnant women to lie down on the floor.
This after a video of pregnant women sleeping on the floor of Rahima Moosa Hospital, was shared by MMC Patriotic Health Alliance Ashley Sauls.
In the video, Sauls appears to be taking a stroll through the hospital hallway, where heavily pregnant women are either sleeping on the floor or sitting slumped in plastic chairs, waiting for help.
Former MEC Albert Fritz’s investigative report is with Prime Minister Alan Windeand currently sub justiceSocial Development Committee Chairman Dan Plato told the Western Cape legislature on Tuesday.
“The whole Fritz affair is sub justice since they are still dealing with the matter, it is in the hands of the Prime Minister. The Department [of social development] don’t deal with it, it’s with the Prime Minister’s Office,” Plato said.
The social department subcommittee heard a presentation on Tuesday on the new sexual harassment and gender-based violence and its implementation in the province and regions.
Social media platform WhatsApp is rolling out new restrictions when forwarding forwarded messages to other group chats on the WhatsApp beta for Android and iOS.
According to WABetainfo, the latest beta update will limit message forwarding to multiple groups at once.
Last month, WhatsApp introduced a new restriction when forwarding messages in the WhatsApp for Android 18.104.22.168 beta: the new limitation prevents users from sending forwarded messages to multiple group chats.
Disturbing videos of SK Khoza’s disturbing behavior went viral on social media on Monday and the actor has since spoken out about his behavior.
the old The Queen The Mzansi Magic actor was seen in a few videos wearing the same orange sweater and gray pants, trying to get into physical altercations with multiple people while appearing to be under the influence.
One of the videos was shot in a gas garage where Khoza was being held, looking visibly upset and aggressive, shouting in isiZulu, “Come here…come here little boy” while voices in the background can be heard laughing at his antics.
ES Sétif, Petro Atlético and CR Belouizdad are the three teams that Mamelodi Sundowns could face in the quarter-finals of the CAF Champions League, with the draw taking place today at the headquarters of the African Confederation of football in Cairo.
Sundowns co-coach Manqoba Mngqithi hopes to avoid coaching a side away from Mzansi, leaving Angola Petro as the best option. Sétif and Belouizdad are both from Algeria.
“You always want a team that would allow you to travel better, a country where you can get direct flights,” Mngqithi said.