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Indulging in fish can boost immune system

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National Commissioner condemned the senseless killing of a 33-year-old Constable last night

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Uganda president, 75, stars in fitness video to keep citizens indoors

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With the rate of unemployment being so high in South Africa it is difficult to find a job these days. The economy is unstable at the moment and it’s hard to predict what the future holds. We all need to find better ways of making a living so that we can survive and become financially secure. …

Funeral industry’s planned 3-day national shutdown

The funeral industry is planning a three-day national shutdown of its services in a bid to get the government’s attention over a long list of demands it wants addressed. The call for the shutdown was led by the Unification Task Team (UTT) – a grouping of 17 funeral associations and forums and was planned to …

The irony is not lost, in a world where social media has exploded, and “fake news” is rampant across news sites, what people feared would destroy print, is actually leading audiences back. Print and print marketing offers the reader a stronger sense of credibility than online media:  Printed materials are still very much an effective way of advertising and …

The funeral service for struggle veteran Andrew Mlangeni took place on Tuesday, but it wasn’t without controversy. The deceased was returned home to Soweto, but the event saw crowds gather and social distancing laws flouted by prominent ANC members and their supporters. ‘LACK OF SOCIAL DISTANCING’ REPORTED AT ANDREW MLANGENI FUNERAL Hundreds lined the streets …

“We want zero percent foreign nationals in South Africa”

#WeStandWithSATruckDrivers has begun to trend on Twitter with many prominent South Africans supporting the movement as South African truck drivers are threatening to shut down the country if the government doesn’t enforce a law that prohibits foreign truck drivers from working in South Africa. A Truck was petrol bombed last night by protesters on the …

Siya Kolisi named the most influential rugby person in the world in 2020

Springbok captain Siya Kolisi is No 1 on Rugby World magazine’s list of the 50 most influential people in rugby in 2020. Other South Africans on the list include new Bok coach Jacques Nienaber (No 43), SA Rugby CEO Jurie Roux (No 15) and SA Rugby director of rugby Rassie Erasmus (No 6). French Rugby …

Musician Brian Temba is the latest Mzansi celebrity to test positive for Covid-19, and has shared his feelings after people close to him died from the illness. Brian took to his social media to share his status, and used the opportunity to warn people to take the guidelines put in place to protect them very …

Transport minister Fikile Mbalula pleaded with the taxi industry to reconsider its announcement that taxis would operate at full capacity from Monday. The SA National Taxi Council (Santaco) announced earlier on Sunday afternoon that taxis would run at 100% capacity, long-distance taxis would resume operations and it also rejected the government’s offer of R1.315bn in …

Wits University, in partnership with Oxford University, has begun with a Covid-19 vaccine trial.  South African volunteers will be administered with the vaccine to test safety and efficacy before the vaccine is released to the public.  Although the testing of this vaccine is definitely good news, it is important to note that it will still …

Zambian national football team head coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic has said that he will ‘remain with the best memories’ of his mother who passed away on Sunday evening. Micho’s mother Rada, 70, was announced dead in his native Serbia, after losing her long battle to breast cancer, and the coach talked of her as one …