HPCSA will not be conducting offsite registrations for 2020.

HPCSA will not be conducting offsite registrations for 2020. Alternative arrangements are in place for processing applications for registration during HPCSA peak registration period. MEDICAL INTERNS COMPLETING TRAINING ROTATIONS BY 31 DECEMBER 2020 AND QUALIFY FOR REGISTRATION AS COMMUNITY SERVICE DOCTORS HPCSA has written to…

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SANZAF on the ground in the Eastern Cape as crisis worsens

On Thursday the 3^rd of December 2020, President Cyril Ramaphosa tightened COVID-19 rules in the Eastern Cape province where infections are rising the most, curbing movement and gatherings. The Eastern Cape accounts for 53% of new infections and more than half of the total deaths.…

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M E Sigasa (51) ARRESTED FOR POSSESSION OF STOLEN COPPER CABLES

KWAZULU-NATAL - Maqandela Elias Sigasa (51) appeared in Newcastle Magistrates court following his arrest on Monday, 07 December 2020 by the Hawks members from Newcastle Serious Organised Crime Investigation for possession of suspected stolen property. On Monday, 7 December 2020 members received information about stolen…

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FOUR MORE SUSPECTS ARRESTED FOR THE DURBAN SOLID WASTE TENDER SCAM

Four suspects aged between 23 and 42 have been arrested this morning for the eThekwini Mucipality’s Durban Solid Waste (DSW) tender amounting to R3.2 million. Sole Director of of Nhlanzi Catering and Events Pty (Ltd), an official of eThekwini Municipality, Deputy Head: SCM eThekwini and…

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ADDITIONAL ACCUSED ADDED ON NELSPRUIT FRAUD AND THEFT CASE

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MPUMALANGA – Thato Charmain Philane (30) appeared before the Nelspruit Magistrate Court on Tuesday 08 December 2020 after she was arrested on the same day for fraud, theft and alternatively contravening the provisions of the Tax Administration Act. The accused is the daughter of Sipho…

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Second special report on financial management of SA government Covid19 released

Auditor-General (AG) Tsakani Maluleke today reported significant deficiencies in the procurement and contract management processes of the relief package government redirected in response to the covid-19, but applauded government’s ongoing efforts in fighting the pandemic. Releasing the national audit office’s second real-time audit report on…

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TRAVEL DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Important factors to consider when travelling during the COVID-19 pandemic The COVID-19 pandemic has made this a difficult period for travellers, both domestically and internationally. As indicated by the World Health Organisation, leading global experts and our own National Department of Health, travel poses specific…

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South Africa fears virus comeback as cluster outbreaks flare

Localised coronavirus outbreaks in parts of South Africa have raised fears that the country could see a resurgence in cases compounded by gatherings during the upcoming festive season. Officials in Africa's hardest virus-hit country are scrambling to contain infections after a flare-up was reported in…

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