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THURSDAY, 23 SEPTEMBER 2021, 14:33

South Africa

COVID-19 vaccine saves lives, says Deputy President

Today at 13:48 PM, via SAnews

Deputy President David Mabuza, in his capacity as Chairperson of the Inter-Ministerial Committee (IMC) on COVID-19 Vaccines, has debunked the myth that the vaccine kills.

South Africa

Police corruption tops list of complaints received by Corruption Watch

Today at 13:08 PM, via SABC News

Corruption Watch has described as regrettable what it terms the escalating corruption in the country. Police corruption has topped the list of complaints that the organisation received from the public and private institutions. This is noted in the 2021 ‘Analysis of Corruption Trends’ report which was released this week.


ActionSA wants pro-poor, business-friendly metros

Today at 12:44 PM, via Mail & Guardian

Branding itself as a corruption busting party, ActionSA said it will establish dedicated independent forensics units in each of its municipalities, with the mandate to investigate all potential corrupt activities


Students are returning to England’s universities – and after Covid, we need support | Kimi Chaddah

Today at 13:22 PM, via The Guardian

After 18 months of social isolation and disrupted education, this is a chance for universities to finally put wellbeing first

This month, there’s a sense of anticipation in the air as students like me begin to return to university in record numbers. While students have been allowed on campus at various points over the past 18 months, this academic term will be the first time many will be able...


Uganda: Schools Will Re-Open in January 2022 – Museveni

Today at 11:46 AM, via AllAfrica

[Independent (Kampala)] Entebbe, Uganda — Primary and secondary schools will re-open next year after 4.8 million people in priority and vulnerable groups are fully vaccinated. That includes teachers and 330,000 students aged 18 years and above.