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SA announces post-riot relief, eases virus lockdown

25 Jul 2021 /  Mike Cohen and S'thembile Cele, Bloomberg   13
R350 social-relief grant reinstated.

LIVE ARCHIVE: President updates SA on pandemic

25 Jul 2021 /  Footage: Courtesy of SABC   3
SA moves to lockdown level 3.

South Africa since 1994: a mixed bag of presidents and patchy institution-building

25 Jul 2021 /  Richard Calland and Mabel Dzinouya Sithole   21
Covid-19 has placed leadership across the world under the most unforgiving spotlight.

How the rollout of South Africa’s renewable energy plan is failing communities

25 Jul 2021 /  Zoheb Khan   7
Power cuts are now a regular feature of South African life.

GM sues Ford in trademark fight over branding self-driving cars

24 Jul 2021 /  Gabrielle Coppola, Bloomberg   1
Semi-autonomous features have become hotly contested battle grounds.

Covid-19 pandemic has triggered a rise in hunger in South Africa

24 Jul 2021 /  Servaas van der Berg and Leila Patel   9
Without the special distress relief grant over the past year, poverty may have been 5% higher among the poorest households.

The grim business of Covid-19 in SA

24 Jul 2021 /  Roxanne Henderson and Loni Prinsloo, Bloomberg   4
Just about everybody seems to be offering cover for end-of-life ceremonies in South Africa these days.

Covid-19 vaccines: Current challenge isn’t supply but using available vaccines

24 Jul 2021 /  Nicoli Nattrass and Jeremy Seekings, GroundUp   3
The government’s vaccination plan is behind schedule.

Violence in South Africa: an uprising of elites

24 Jul 2021 /  Steven Friedman   36
Democracies are tested all the time: As severe as the violence was, it doesn't mean SA’s democracy is in deep danger - Steven Friedman.

Chemicals in burnt KZN warehouse caused ‘considerable’ environmental damage

23 Jul 2021 /  Wendell Roelf, Reuters   1
Several beaches have been closed.

Tourism sector wants booze-ban lifted, Gauteng interprovincial travel opened

23 Jul 2021 /  Palesa Mofokeng   4
Fears further job cuts if current restrictions persist.

SA electoral body to ask court to delay municipal vote

23 Jul 2021 /  Khuleko Siwele, Bloomberg   1
South Africa has more than 160 000 active Covid-19 cases and is grappling with a third wave of infections.

Kubayi-Ngubane: We’ve passed third wave peak, but 47 000 vaccines ‘lost’ in unrest

23 Jul 2021 /  Suren Naidoo   8
Health ministry warns there may be another Covid-19 surge from last week’s riots in KwaZulu-Natal and parts of Gauteng.

Platinum giants eye solar power as green answer to blackouts

23 Jul 2021 /  Felix Njini, Bloomberg   2
And to reduce their carbon footprint.

Sipho Maseko to step down as Telkom CEO

23 Jul 2021 /  Duncan McLeod   7
He will depart on 30 June 2022.

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