Source: https://twitter.com/News24/status/1528990438446845953 Concerns have been voiced that the flood catastrophe relief and recovery in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) is likely to cost at least R25 billion. Government officials informed Parliament’s ad-hoc joint committee on flood catastrophe aid and recovery on Monday. The province suffered fresh rains on Saturday, following last month’s disastrous floods which took over 440 lives and left a trail of ruin.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has straight excused hypothesis that he is intending to restore the nation to a hard lockdown. Notwithstanding alerts of a Coronavirus resurgence, including from wellbeing pastor Dr Zweli Mkhize, Ramaphosa said a hard lockdown was not on the cards. Ramaphosa offered the remark while taking oral inquiries from MPs in the Public Committee of Regions (NCOP) on a scope of issues, including Coronavirus defilement, sexual orientation based savagery and the questionable outing to Zimbabwe
Deputy President David Mabuza says there is no justification to mention the names of the so-called "agent provocateurs" behind the July unrest in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng because the accused have apperead in court. "In each of these cases where there is evidence of criminal conduct they will be prosecuted in accordance with laws.
The President Cyril Ramaphosa told the National Council of Province on Tuesday that a move back to lockdown level 3 is imminent, in simple words "it's not true" However, news24 has reported that Mr President will be working on new report and said the government has observed some worrying trends. DA MP Tim Brauteseth his tongue slipped a question and asked whether the rumours of going back to level 3 or level 5 is true as we approach the month of December, while Mr President was answering questions about
The president was responding to questions in the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) on Tuesday on COVID-19 and government’s fight against corruption. The rumors followed a number of incidents of businesses and members of the public not adhering to regulations. They were further were sparked after Health Minister Zweli Mkhize raised concerns about a 9% increase in COVID-19 infections over a seven-day period. Yesterday while responding to DA MP Tim Brauteseth President Ramaphosa denied that the move to higher
The current pandemic has put the world economy on a seemingly pause mode as government and medical practitioners seek for fasted root to bring solution. All over the world the word Coronavirus has gain popularity that it's only those that are still in the womb who doesn't know about it. It has brought the world economy to it's kneel as most of the economic activities were put on hold due to deal contagious nature of the virus. So far, more than 1 million persons have lost their lives and millions more are are
Please follow our page for latest news and more update President Cyril Ramaphosa confirmed that he would be addressing the country next week, but that there was 'no need to be alarmed. President Cyril Ramaphosa has flatly dismissed speculation that he was planning to return the country to a hard lockdown. Despite warnings of a Covid-19 resurgence, including from health minister Dr Zweli Mkhize, Ramaphosa said that a hard lockdown was not on the cards. Ramaphosa offered the remark while taking oral inquiries
Delegate President David Mabuza has vowed to expose himself to the way of life review after it was declared by the President Cyril Ramaphosa in his State of the Nation Address. Ramaphosa declared in the Sona a year ago that they needed to lead way of life reviews for senior authorities in the open area. However, he will begin with himself and individuals from his Cabinet before the cycle descends to territories and districts. This was aspect of a measure to battle debasement in the nation. DA MP Tim
THE Cabinet has removed itself from claims by Gauteng Transport MEC Jacob Mamabolo that e-costs will be discarded. Acting Minister in the Presidency Khumbudzo Ntshavheni said there had been no Cabinet choice on this. She said Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has been meeting with various partners on how best to manage the matter.