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Here's how domestic air travel will work under level 3 lockdown
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has announced the regulations governing domestic air travel when the country moves to level 3 of the national lockdown on June 1.
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Employment and labour department prepares to resume limited services on level 3
The employment and labour department will resume its services, "although at a minimal level", when South Africa moves to level 3 lockdown from Monday.
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PIC must play open cards with public on Eskom investments issue - DA
The DA is concerned that a statement issued by the PIC board regarding the fund manager's investments in Eskom is not entirely honest and transparent.
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Minister Mboweni to meet IRBA to discuss concerns over new CEO's appointment
Tito Mboweni will hold discussions with IRBA to consider concerns raised about the appointment of Jenitha John as the new CEO.
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Mike Tyson should fight someone his own age, says ex-champ David Haye
Mike Tyson will get hurt if he steps into the right against a younger fighter, says former WBA world heavyweight champion David Haye.
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Ronaldo, Giggs, Scholes in Solskjaer's United six-a-side squad
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was pretty clear on what a six-a-side squad consisting of the club legends he played with would look like.
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Mike Tyson could fight Tyson Fury for the title, says WBC president
Tyson Fury facing Mike Tyson in a title fight is something that could happen in the future, says WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman.
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2017 Tour de France samples re-tested for unnamed substance - report
Looking for a previously undetectable performance-enhancing substance, authorities have ordered samples from the 2017 Tour de France to be re-tested.
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Level 3 lockdown: No limit on operating hours for public transport, rail services to resume gradually
The lifting of the curfew from June 1 will be an unexpected boon to minibus, metred and e-hailing taxi operators as their hours of operation will no longer be limited, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula said.
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New hope for the homeless
In a church hall in Mowbray, a group of 10 homeless people are finding new hope and purpose in the middle of the Covid-19 lockdown.
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Court victory for informal traders at the Grand Parade
Suffering the financial hardship and harm of the stringent lockdown regulations, informal traders at the Grand Parade have secured a legal victory.
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First cannabis academy offers online courses
The domestic market for legal cannabis products is said to be worth R27billion a year, and now, Boogaloo Africa Academy is bringing the first cannabis school to Africa.
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