When you think of politicians the first thing that comes to your mind is dull, plain and boring. But that's not always the case, sometimes politicians can be beautiful and it is for this reason why I created this list. 1) Yoliswa Yako She is a 37-year-old EFF leader who's also a member of parliament from the Eastern Cape. 2) Gwen Ngwenya Gwen is the head of policy at the DA (Democratic Alliance) which is South Africa's main opposition political party. Ngwenya is 31 years of age. 3) Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams Stella
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The reopening of has caused chaos between the Department of Education, parents and Teachers union. It is unclear whether pupils will return to school later this month or the reopening will be shifted to next month under level 1. During family meeting on Monday night the 11th of January, President Cyril Ramaphosa said the issue school reopening is not an easy decision to make because of variant new infections and people are dying in hospitals. While schools and universities are busy preparing their 2021 academic
The Education Department are as yet grieving the passing of various educators who surrendered to Covid, just as training time lost in instruction areas with a sum of 3 months recorded for matriculants in 2020. Numerous students in lower grades have not figured out how to finish the 2020 schooling educational program. Autonomous Schools were set to open for the 2021 school year on 12January, however with the current lockdown of level 3 until 15 January opening must be delayed. Plans delineated by the Department
The Education Department are still mourning the loss of a number of teachers who succumbed to Covid, as well as teaching time lost in education sectors with a total of 3 months recorded for matriculants in 2020. Many learners in lower grades have not managed to complete the 2020 education curriculum. Independent Schools were set to open for the 2021 school year on 12 January, but with the current lockdown of level 3 until 15 January opening had to be postponed. Plans outlined by the Department of Education reveals
Sassa has revoked more than 200,000 conditional disability payments, reportedly owing to a shortage of funding. Delays was mainly triggered by the pandemic of COVID-19. The Democratic Alliance is calling on the Social Policy Portfolio Committee to convene an urgent meeting to discuss this issue. "What needs to happen now is for the applicants to go back to Sassa and apply again, I wouldn't even say to reapply because it is a brand new application when it has lapsed, when the grant period has lapsed, they need
Many people associate all white people as racist but a lot of one people did fight apartheid and Hellen Zille was one of them. She even told eNCA about Herman Mashaba when he called her a racist, “But he will remember that while he was making a fortune in business, I was hiding Umkhonto weSizwe operatives in my house, and I was exposing the murder of Steve Biko, so I’m not sure who these right-wingers are who he’s referring to. ” Hellen Zille's parents were Jewish, they were escapees from Nazi Germany.
JOHANNESBURG - Sassa has suspended more than 200,000 transitory inability grants, supposedly because of an absence of assets. The deferrals are incompletely brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Democratic Alliance is requiring the Portfolio Committee on Social Development to gather a critical gathering to address this issue. "What expected to happen now is for the candidates to return to Sassa and apply once more, I wouldn't state reapply in light of the fact that it's a shiny new application when
It has been confirmed the Democratic Alliance (DA) want Lindiwe Zulu, the Minister of Social Development to appear at parliament to must be accountable for Sassa's disability grant suspension which led to recipients going to Sassa offices to renew their grant application. The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) suspended about 200 000 Disability grant (temporary grant) beneficiaries applications. This temporary disability grant it is made for citizens who are unable to work because of sickness or injury
The Democratic Alliance (DA) is crying foul over the University of South Africa's (Unisa) choice to reduce its admission of new intakes for 2021 by 20,000. The party has composed a letter to Unisa and the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) questioning the choice and says students ought not be rebuffed for helpless organization by the two institutions. A week ago the Department of Higher Education, Science and Innovation requested Unisa to scale back by 20,000 on its accomplice's me of first-time students
In the statement released by the Democratic Alliance DP John Steenhuisen says on the president Cyril Ramaphosa address on Monday, said they have been working on the vaccine acquisition for the past six months, which would have been since June 2020. This is in line with the fact that for the vaccine to be prove that it does not have side effects on human beings, it takes atleast three years of research, yet in just six months they say it will be effective. Not only that, Ramaphosa says they have been working
The South African government introduced the temporary Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant for the citizens of South Africa who are unemployed and don't get any financial support from S.A government. This grant planned to pay all the recipients who qualify a amount of R350 rand for six months from May 2020 until October 2020 last year. However, when everybody thought the grant will end on October, the South African government decided to extend the R350 Grant for three more months. SA Social Security Agency
The former Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane puts politics aside and talks about his daddy duties during his interview with Cape Talk FM. When he is not mobilizing South Africans into joining his movement, he is a husband to his wife Natalie Maimane and a father to his three kids, Kgalaletso, Daniel and Kutwano Grace Maimane. While he has become accustomed to the spotlight, Maimane says he tries to protect his children from the public eye as much as possible. The father of three says he often takes
Department of Education and the NCCC National Coronavirus Command Council concluded and rescheduled schools reopening to February the 15th. The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has welcomed the Department of Basic Education (DBE) and Cabinet’s decision to delay the reopening of schools by two weeks. Julius Malema's site (EFF) accepted the delay of school reopening unlike the Democratic Alliance that urged the government to send teachers and pupils to get to work so that they don't waste 2021 academic year.
Social Development minister Lindiwe Zulu addressed social grant beneficiaries at SASSA Bellvilev inside an armoured police vehicle. Zulu urged citizens who are flocking the SASSA offices to keep their social distance as they wait in queues. "Keep your distance, police can you please help us to keep the social distance," she ordered while inside the police van. Lindiwe Zulu has been accused of being incompetent and the fact that people are flocking the SASSA offices in huge numbers in this pandemic is a testimony
SASSA Suspends over 200 000 Temporary Disability Grants SASSA has suspended over 200 000 temporary disability grants due to lack of funds resulting in beneficiaries having to reapply for medical assessments. The Temporary Disability Grant provides financial assistance to more than 200 000 South African citizens who are unable to work, due to injury or illness, for between 6 and 12 months. Since the Covid-19 pandemic hit South Africa, there have been delays in people being able to renew their Temporary Disability
As reported, SASSA suspends more than 200 000 disability grants for beneficiaries! IN what seems like an absolutely horrid turn of events... SASSA disabled beneficiaries will now be left without any support for not being paid the money that is owed to them. This has come about due to the fact that many a mother COVID-19 grants had to run during this time to help others who were strapped for cash. This should not be the scenario for anybody where they are now forced to endure the faults of the government when
It has been confirmed that because of lack of funds South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) has performed a suspension of about 200 000 disability grant temporary applications. It's also confirmed that the cause of this delay is the Covid-19 Corona-virus pandemic. Democratic Alliance (DA) asking the Portfolio Committee on the Social development for a meeting about this issue, the Democratic Alliance's Bridget Masango said, that beneficiaries should go to SA Social Security Agency branch and reapply, go
The Economic Freedom Fighters Member of Parliament, Dr Mbuyiseni Ndlozi, at the Sunnyside Police Station in Pretoria, opening a criminal case against Bheki Cele. The South African politicians have made it fashionable to instigate criminal charges against those that they differ with politically, and the trend is most utilised by the official opposition party, Democratic Alliance and the EFF seemingly adopted the method recently. Most of the politically motivated criminal cases are not yet heard in the courts
Cape Town – The Democratic Alliance calls for the state to postpone the reopening of schools and teachers must the first ones to take the vaccine. DA says that when President Cyril Ramaphosa was announcing workers to take corona vaccine, teachers would must be in the front line to take the vaccine so that they can prepare for the academic year immediately. On Monday, the DA basic education spokesperson, reports says that they called Angie Motshekga Minister of Basic Education to come fourth with positive
The Democratic Alliance (DA) has approached President Cyril Ramaphosa to ease some of the Level 3 lockdown restrictions. The Democratic Alliance (DA) has said that the most ideal way South Africa can explore the COVID-19 pandemic, outside of vaccines, is limit the harm from lockdown restrictions by adopting a more separated strategy. DA pioneer John Steenhuisen has condemned President Cyril Ramaphosa's declaration of the nation remaining on Alert Level 3 of the Lockdown, for certain changed restrictions.