lacking in vaccine, Africa is facing dire consequences to COVID-19

Tshepong Victim Empowerment Centre celebrates ORANGE DAY

Tshepong Victim Empowerment Centre commemorates ORANGE DAY every month on the 25th of each month.. As the bright and optimistic colour for the UNITE Campaign, ORANGE represents a future free from violence against women and Girls.

Four in court for alleged Public Works tender collusion

The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) says the arrest of four people linked to alleged tender fraud in the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure is a continuation of the corruption busting unit’s efforts to recover money stolen from the public purse.The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) says the arrest of four people linked to alleged tender fraud in the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure is a continuation of the corruption busting unit’s efforts to recover money stolen from the public purse.

Two suspected cable thieves arrested while on their way to Zimbabwe

Jo'burg Metro Police Department JMPD and SAPS officers in the JHB and CBD have arrested two suspects who were in possession of stolen cables in Johannesburg Central Business District.

Several dignitaries wish people Happy Africa Day 2022

The African Union Commission celebrates "Africa Day" on May 25 each year to acknowledge its successes and to promote the progress that Africa has made under a specific theme while reflecting upon the common challenges that the Continent faces in a global environment. 

Lockdown due to coronavirus is under control across Africa. However, officials cannot find strong medicine or curbs to vanish the virus entirely, and vaccinations alone won’t cut it. Now, Africans are pursuing a route to live with the virus.

A black mask covered almost the whole face of Bridget Akankwasa, according to one of a learner at St. Maria Parents Primary School in Kiwatule, a township in Uganda state, Kampala.

She said, “It doesn’t feel good to meet with your friends after almost two years of school shut down and cant able hug them. She further said I missed being able to hug my friends on her first day back.”

She is one of 15 million children back to classes this week as Uganda became the last country in the whole of Africa to reopen schools after closing them in March 2020.

According to the St. Maria’s owner, Joseph Mukasa said: “I was surprised to see the lack of students in classes when we had to close down the schools there were about 300 students present here, and now not even 20 students are present in schools.”

Furthermore, Mukasa hopes that attendance will pick up soon in the next few days. Otherwise, she has to think about any other alternative business to run his home.

According to Education Experts of Africa, a large proportion of children in Africa will not be going to continue their education because many of them started doing their jobs to help their families financially due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The girls of Africa will also not continue their studies because, after the 2020 phase, their families forced them into marriage. Life after the shutdowns now seems to be starting again in Africa as the pandemic continues.

As per John Nkengasong, the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention director, severe shutdowns are no longer the best way to protect themselves from the virus. He also praised South Africa for its response towards the new variant Omicron.

Tshepong Victim Empowerment Centre celebrates ORANGE DAY

Tshepong Victim Empowerment Centre commemorates ORANGE DAY every month on the 25th of each month.. As the bright and optimistic colour for the UNITE Campaign, ORANGE represents a future free from violence against women and Girls.

Four in court for alleged Public Works tender collusion

The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) says the arrest of four people linked to alleged tender fraud in the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure is a continuation of the corruption busting unit’s efforts to recover money stolen from the public purse.The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) says the arrest of four people linked to alleged tender fraud in the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure is a continuation of the corruption busting unit’s efforts to recover money stolen from the public purse.

Two suspected cable thieves arrested while on their way to Zimbabwe

Jo'burg Metro Police Department JMPD and SAPS officers in the JHB and CBD have arrested two suspects who were in possession of stolen cables in Johannesburg Central Business District.

Several dignitaries wish people Happy Africa Day 2022

The African Union Commission celebrates "Africa Day" on May 25 each year to acknowledge its successes and to promote the progress that Africa has made under a specific theme while reflecting upon the common challenges that the Continent faces in a global environment. 

Pastor Luthando Matodlana found guilty of raping 22-Year-Old man

One South African pastor, Luthando Matodlana of God, is Love Ministry in Motherwell, Gqeberha, South Africa, has been found guilty of raping a 22-year-old man.

Mec Lekwene inspects Robert Mangaliso Sobunke hospital – Food Service Unit

Today, the Northern Cape Health MEC, Mr Maruping Lekwene, conducted an oversight visit to Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe hospital in Kimberley.

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