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'Branded bottles filled with pure alcohol adjusted down sold as genuine product'

'Branded bottles filled with pure alcohol adjusted down sold as genuine product'

SA Liquor Brand Owners Association Sibani Mngadi, says industrial-scale production of illegal alcohol is gravely concerning.

Matric exam paper marking is underway, results to be released in February

Matric exam paper marking is underway, results to be released in February

Training of markers took place on Sunday and Monday and the main marking period begins on Tuesday until 21 January, says WCED.

SA COVID-19 death toll passes 30,000 mark

SA COVID-19 death toll passes 30,000 mark

The country also recorded over 12,600 new infections.

Indigenous group supports move to rename bird species carrying word 'Hottentot'

Indigenous group supports move to rename bird species carrying word 'Hottentot'

Local bird conservation body BirdLife South Africa has been given the go-ahead to rename two birds, the Hottentot buttonquail and Hottentot teal.

Celebrating listeners whose names start with the letter Z

Celebrating listeners whose names start with the letter Z

On 1 January, EB Inglis celebrated all his listeners with names or surname starting with the letter Z.

eNCA warns about fake Facebook account peddling bogus 'Level 5' story

eNCA warns about fake Facebook account peddling bogus 'Level 5' story

News broadcaster eNCA has distanced itself from an imposter Facebook account claiming that President Cyril Ramaphosa will be announcing more restrictions tonight.

Should you buy Bitcoin right now? A handy 3-point checklist…

Should you buy Bitcoin right now? A handy 3-point checklist…

You may be missing out on riches beyond your wildest dreams. Or not. Here’s a 3-point checklist to guide your decision.

SA Covid-19 vaccine Feb rollout 'an optimistic expectation' - MAC's Prof Schoub

SA Covid-19 vaccine Feb rollout 'an optimistic expectation' - MAC's Prof Schoub

Chair of Ministerial Advisory Committee on Covid-19 Prof Barry Schoub says February rollout start date is still unclear.

We have data that can help us tackle the alcohol problem, says an expert

We have data that can help us tackle the alcohol problem, says an expert

SAMRC director of the Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drug Research Unit Prof Charles Parry says we must look at the business model.

Fuel prices to be hiked on Wednesday

Fuel prices to be hiked on Wednesday

The Energy Department has announced that the petrol price will increase between 40 and 43 cents a litre.

Cops vigorously enforce park closures – here’s which ones are actually open

Cops vigorously enforce park closures – here’s which ones are actually open

Confusion still reigns, but it's important to get clarity because the police are taking this one seriously it seems.

Is going vegan on your resolutions list? Here's every grain of info you need

Is going vegan on your resolutions list? Here's every grain of info you need

Andy Leve presents some compelling reasons why the vegan way of life is not only good for your body but, for the planet too.

Mkhize: Govt aims to secure COVID-19 vaccines as early as February

Mkhize: Govt aims to secure COVID-19 vaccines as early as February

The Health Minister said government was still in talks with pharmaceutical companies and no deals had yet been signed.

Psychological effects of coronavirus will linger long after it's gone

Psychological effects of coronavirus will linger long after it's gone

Post-traumatic stress disorder brought on by the pandemic has been singled out, with fears that it will hit many people only in the months to come.

WC education dept ready to kick off academic year as planned

WC education dept ready to kick off academic year as planned

The previous year has undoubtedly been tumultuous for both learners and teaching staff as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dr. Cloete: Western Cape officials expecting the Covid-19 peak this coming week

Dr. Cloete: Western Cape officials expecting the Covid-19 peak this coming week

The Western Cape is expecting to hit the peak of the Covid-19 second wave in the next few days, says provincial health department head Dr. Keith Cloete.

More than 50 Western Cape teachers have died of Covid-19, says WCED

More than 50 Western Cape teachers have died of Covid-19, says WCED

The Western Cape Education Department (WCED) says it has done everything it can to prepare for the reopening of schools amid a Covid-19 second wave.

City of Cape Town public health facilities welcome 127 New Year’s babies

City of Cape Town public health facilities welcome 127 New Year’s babies

A baby boy was the first to make his 2021 debut at Mowbray Maternity Hospital 47 minutes after midnight.