Thursday night was one of the most dramatic nights Mzansi has ever witnessed. Just when we thought we had seen it all, the Lindiwe Sisulu controversy gained more traction. It all started when the Presidency issued a statement, saying that the Minister of Tourism, Lindiwe Sisulu had retracted her controversial opinion piece on SA's judiciary.
Zizi Kodwa will proceed in his job as appointee priest of state security. Serve in the Presidency Mondli Gungubele will accept the political accountability for the State Security Agency (SSA), the Presidency has affirmed. "President [Cyril] Ramaphosa has, as far as Section 209(2) of the constitution, assigned Minister in the Presidency Mondli Gungubele to accept political accountability for the control and course of the State Security Agency," the Presidency said in an assertion on Monday.
Johannesburg - The back and forth battle between President Cyril Ramaphosa and his senior member of Cabinet, Lindiwe Sisulu, continued on Friday with no end in sight. Analysts believe that now, no matter how Ramaphosa decides to approach Sisulu (or not), he would be on the back foot.
Lockdown rules are growing without a doubt, the public power announced on Thursday night. Check in time is being dropped, as are alcohol deal necessities. Immense social affairs have additionally been demanded. New Year's celebrations are on, with government lifting basic limitations that would have hampered social events.
South Africa has been under lockdown since February 2020 after the covid 19 pandemic swept over the country. We all remember when we were under level 5 lockdown and we could not go anywhere except to go grocery shopping, medicine shopping, to the doctor and to work if you were an essential worker.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, legislatures have carried out lockdown guidelines to deal with the rate at which the quantity of cases is expanding just as new contaminations. Later these lockdowns were carried out with various guidelines to be adhered to, the South African government chose to present five degrees of lockdown.
Lockdown rules are evolving drastically, the public authority declared on Thursday night. Check in time is being dropped, as are alcohol deal constraints. Large social affairs have additionally been affirmed. New Year's celebrations are on, with government lifting significant limitations that would host hampered gatherings.
Mr Steve Motale , who is the spokesperson for the South African Tourism Minister Lindiwe Sisulu dismissed claims that were made by the Ministry in the Presidency . The Presidency alleged that Minister Lindiwe Sisulu had retracted her opinion .This has left many questions than answers , with one of them being whether the Presidency had misinformed millions of South Africans regarding Minister Sisulu's position .
Meet The Lady Who Insulted President Cyril Ramaphosa After She called Just Called Him A Little Boy https://www.iol.co.za/news/south-africa/gauteng/the-effs-28-year-old-naledi-chirwa-called-cyril-ramaphosa-a-weak-little-boy-and-now-twitter-is-divided-a82c6721-1b4e-4291-a36f-204b69e810ba?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1642487918-1 The EFF’s 28-year-old Naledi Chirwa called Cyril Ramaphosa a ‘weak little boy’ and it has how caused mixed reactions in Twitter were its now dividing otwott.
Johannesburg - The to and fro fight between President Cyril Ramaphosa and his senior individual from Cabinet, Lindiwe Sisulu, progressed forward Friday seemingly forever. Investigators accept that now, regardless of how Ramaphosa chooses to move toward Sisulu (or not), he would be on the back foot.
On Friday, President Cyril Ramaphosa and his senior Cabinet member, Lindiwe Sisulu, continued their back-and-forth battle with no end in sight. Analysts believe that no matter how Ramaphosa approaches Sisulu (or does not approach him), he will be on the defensive. The gloves came off this week after the Presidency issued a statement that Ramaphosa had “specifically admonished the minister” about her attack on the judiciary and suggested that Sisulu had retracted her “unsubstantiated, hurtful comments” about the judiciary.
Economic Freedom Fighters Member of Parliament (MP) Naledi Chirwa has been Labelled as disrespectful after saying that the President is a small boy. This comment was made after the Presidency released its weekly newsletter speaking about a need for South Africans to protect the constitution. The tweet read:
South African Mineral Resources and Engergy Minister Gwede Mantashe tested positive for Covid-19. The Presidency confirmed the news, saying the Minister tested positive on Saturday after he was experiencing mild symptoms. Earlier this year in July, the Minister and his wife, Nolwandle Mantashe texted positive for Covid-19.
CAPE TOWN - Mozambique's President Filipe Nyusi and First Lady Isaura Nyusi have been tested positive for Covid-19 and are in isolation. As indicated by an assertion gave by the Presidency on Monday, the president and his better half had chosen to segregate themselves as per wellbeing rules subsequent to testing positive, despite the fact that they were not showing manifestations, BBC News Africa detailed.
South Africa has abolished its curfew. On Thursday night, the Presidency announced a package of lockdown rule changes – which were formally activated a short time later via publication in the Government Gazette – that eliminated restrictions on alcohol sales, increased the maximum size of indoor gatherings to 1,000 people, and eliminated mandatory home attendance rules.
https://www.iol.co.za/news/politics/ramaphosa-dismayed-by-parly-fire-so-soon-after-tutu-funeral-one-person-being-quizzed-a10c8937-66e8-4996-9a04-2753b0fb4f9d#Echobox=1641134238 Groups were ready and waiting and measures were set up to secure close by Tuynhuys, the Cape Town office of the Presidency. Ramaphosa said in any case the harm caused to the National Assembly, crafted by Parliament would continue. He said the recognition and praise ought to truly go to the fire authorities of the City of Cape Town, who were engaging the fire.
https://ewn.co.za/2021/12/20/president-ramaphosa-ends-covid-self-isolation-resumes-duties?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - The Presidency has reported that President Cyril Ramaphosa has finished seven days of self-disengagement in the wake of testing positive for COVID-19. This implies that the president has gotten back to obligation and will seat the last Cabinet meeting for the year on Wednesday.
The sad news of the passing of Desmond Tutu has been announced, the statement released is summarized below and reads as follows: TO ALL NEWS/MEDIA EDITORS SUNDAY, DECEMBER 26TH, 2021 STATEMENT REGARDING THE DEATH OF DESMOND, ARCHBISHOP EMERITUS MPILO TUTU President Cyril Ramaphosa expresses his deep sorrow on behalf of all South Africans at the demise of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Mpilo Tutu today, Sunday, December 26th, 2021.
You can be on the beach at midnight, but you can't drink: South Africa's new lockdown rules are revealed South Africa no longer has a curfew, and indoor gathering limits have been increased to 1,000 people as of Thursday. The crowd rules apply specifically to conferences and sporting events.