The Western Cape Government announced that it would implement a water delivery charge of R115 or less per month to 95% of households to make up the water deficit caused by the drought period. Here is the weekly water and dam update.
Load shedding made a comeback over the weekend with Eskom blaming the workers strike for the power disruption in parts of the country. Here are some life hacks that can come in handy when load shedding happens.
South Africa has become the first country in the world to take a bold step of scaling up access to an effective new drug, making MDR-TB treatment more tolerable, and reducing the devastating impact of side effects caused by the injectable agents.
This is according to a study by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) titled ‘A Broken Social Elevator? How to Promote Social Mobility’.
Africa’s baobab trees are dying and scientists don’t know why. In a study intended to examine why the trees live so long, researchers found that many of the oldest and largest of the trees have died in the past decade or so.
The A Re Sebetseng monthly volunteer city-wide cleaning campaign was launched on 14 August 2017
Today he acknowledges me as his own child but the questions still haunts me; where was he when I needed someone to call a father?
Clinical Psychologist talks about the impact of teen pregnancy, especially those resulting from ‘blesser’ or ‘sugar daddy’ relationships on the lives of our young girls
Due to the Eskom workers strike, certain parts of the country were hit by stage 1 load shedding last night without any warning. People have taken to Twitter to voice their concerns.
The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) will be launching its first commemorative banknote series, in celebration of the first democratically elected president Nelson Mandela’s birth centenary.
Earlier this year, the South African government announced that it would review the write-off period for electronic communication cables as part of the 2018 Budget. Here are some updates on the matter.