Bad news hit all foreigners in South Africa when President Ramaphosa passed a new law. [Read below]. President Ramaphosa has introduced a new law that misleads all foreigners. The new law, which was delegated to the South African Ministry of Health, has been implemented.
His Majesty's Ministry of Health needs to be roped in to intervene on an issue we as publication find highly pertinent. Students have not only had to deal with the COVID pandemic. The political unrest also has a negative impact on the mental health of students in the kingdom.
Is your family protected from COVID-19? If not, go to your nearest health centre and get vaccinated this week, the fourth wave is coming. At my direction, the Ministry of Health have provided One Million Vaccines to healthcare centres across country, getting vaccinated helps to protect you from getting severely sick with COVID-19 and can also help protect the people around you.
Citizens of South Africa have been protesting against the Vaccination Program whilst the number of Covid-19 infections grows by the minute. The Ministry of Health, Dr Zweli Mkhize informed the Legislative Assembly of Health that women who are currently pregnant will not get vaccinated with the next batch of Oxford Astrazeneca vaccine that will be available to South Africans.
It seems like it isba season of deseases in the world with so maby discoveries on new deseases. It started with Ebola in West Africa and so many people lost their lives due to this surge. While we are still speaking of India, it has experienced very difficulties when the covid-19 pandemic really affected them very bad.
The South African Football Association, SAFA, and the Ministry of Health have reached an agreement to allow fans back into stadiums. The only stipulation for the return is that you have to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. “In a meeting at SAFA House on Monday, 4 October 2021 attended by a delegation from the Ministry of Health, headed by Dr Phaahla and from the South African Football Association (SAFA) headed by President Dr Danny Jordaan, the Minister of Health said the return of fans to the stadium was a win-win situation in the bigger scheme of things,” read a statement issued by SAFA.
After having been away from stadium for almost two years, South African soccer fans have been given some good news after a meeting between the South African Football Association and the minister of Health Dr Joe Phaahla which was held on Monday at the SAFA house, the meeting produced good out comes as they have reached an agreement to allow the fans back to the stadium to watch the beautiful game.
Source: SAfmIn the second session, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa made a statement, many people were confused and left unanswered questions about things going on in their minds. Some even argue that the president is implying that people should get a vaccine or face consequences if a vaccine is needed in the future.
The South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU) says the public authority needs to critically consider bringing a Covid-19 inoculation drive to school. As indicated by the association's secretary-general, Mugwena Maluleke, there have been a critical number of positive cases from youngsters beyond 12 years old in primary school since getting back to the conventional day-by-day schedule in August.
The Special Investigative United has begun investigating this improper method of awarding tenders where one of Dr. Zweli Mkhice's close family friends has been offered by the Department of Health and it was discovered to be irregular and cost the government more money than it was meant to cost.
According to the South African Ministry of Health, 23,778.23 confirmed COVID-19 cases have been recorded since the beginning of the pandemic. The rate of vaccination has doubled in the last month and continues to increase. By 5 March 2021, the number of people vaccinated against COid-19 in South Africa will have exceeded 100,000.
Night Message; Good News To All As The Ministry Of Health Reveals The Following Today Source; https://www.africanews.com/amp/2020/05/10/enforcement-of-coronavirus-lockdown-turns-violent-in-parts-of-africa/ https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-52977771.amp Kenya's Ministry of Health is working relentlessly to ensure that all Kenyans are safe and healthy in their daily lives. Furthermore, the ministry is urging all Kenyans to adhere to all applicable standards and precautions in order to put an end to the deadly outbreak of Covid-19 infections that has swept the country.
Source: EWN To strengthen COVID19 vaccination, President Cyril Ramaphosa urged religious leaders and trade unions to support future vaccination campaigns. Leaders were asked to participate in local events and community engagements to help raise awareness of vaccination sites in each district. The Vooma Initiative aims to procure as many jabs as possible by the end of the year, and said the government needs support from various sectors.
An explosion at a gas installation in an enniaorofo residential building in Noginsk city, approximately 50 kilometers east of Moscow, killed at least two people and injured five others, according to the Ifax news agency, which cited emergency personnel. “Five individuals were hurt and two people were murdered, a man and a woman, according to early data,”
The Ministry of Health Joe Palazzo said Friday that the government plans to ease the blockade of Corona 19 for vaccinated people. Phahla said the Ministry of Health did not consider mandating vaccines, but prioritized "recommendations." "What we see is a soft kind of incentive.
Source: EWN The Ministry of Health announced that there were no complaints about election day mass rallies or so-called superspreading events. In some areas, voters complained to the media that there was no social distance in the polling place line and that they were allowed to participate in the process without proper masking.
The Permanent Secretary in the Edo State Ministry of Health, Osamwonyi Irowa, revealed that the state had recorded 4 deaths from COVID-19 related complications within 24 hours, it was also revealed that they include a man that received his vaccine in the United State of America. They recorded 4 deaths, 65 new cases and eight recoveries within 24 hours.
Health Minister Dr. Joe Phaahla said they will continue to assess the downward trend of COVID19 cases in the country and will soon recommend relaxing some restrictions. Phaahla speaks at a vaccination site at Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital on the morning of Friday, September 3, 2021. "We are discussing this issue every week.
Wellbeing Minister Joe Phaahla has repeated that disciplinary move would be made against authorities involved in the Digital Vibes embarrassment that cost the division a huge number of rand. Phaahla said the service had been sitting tight for the Special Investigating Unit report to act against those involved. The SIU had recognized a few authorities who were supposedly associated with the delicate embarrassment that saw Digital Vibes being granted an agreement of R150 million.
In a media briefing on the results of the latest cabinet meeting, President Mondli Mungubele confirmed that South Africa's state of disaster will be extended again. The country has been in a disaster state since March 2020 due to the effects of the COVID19 pandemic and the recent extension continues the government's ad hoc approach to ensure lockdown regulations can be implemented.