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Level 3 lockdown: No change to shipping movement directives, says Mbalula
There will be no changes to the Covid-19 directives regulating the movement of ships when South Africa moves to Covid-19 level 3 regulations.
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Reserve Bank loses court battle over apartheid-era financial crimes documents
The South African History Archives Trust has scored a major victory in its 6-year legal battle with the Reserve Bank over access to records.
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Here's how domestic air travel will work under level 3 lockdown
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has announced the regulations governing domestic air travel when the country moves to level 3 of the national lockdown on June 1.
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Employment and labour department prepares to resume limited services on level 3
The employment and labour department will resume its services, "although at a minimal level", when South Africa moves to level 3 lockdown from Monday.
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Austria gives OK to crowd-free Formula 1 races on July 8, 12
The Austrian government have given the green light for the country to host two Formula One races in July.
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Italian Fognini undergoes surgery on both ankles
Italian Fabio Fognini has taken advantage of tennis' coronavirus-forced shutdown and had surgery done on both of his ankles.
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La Liga clubs free to start full training from Monday
Football clubs in Spain's top two divisions will be able to hold full training sessions from Monday.
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NZ sports among those 'woefully unprepared' for pandemic, TV official says
Sports bodies were among those "woefully unprepared" for the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, the head of New Zealand's Spark Sport said.
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Gauteng Covid-19 cases now at 3 583 with 31 deaths
Gauteng has 3 583 confirmed cases and has recorded 31 deaths related to Covid-19.
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Drive-in's set for a comeback in Cape Town
The Cape Town Drive-In promises a safe venue for movie-goers to enjoy the latest flicks and golden classics while sitting in the comfort of their car.
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Reserve Bank loses court battle over apartheid-era financial crimes documents
The South African History Archives Trust has scored a major victory in its 6-year legal battle with the Reserve Bank over access to records.
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Parents’ school dilemma
Parents are faced with a momentous decision come Monday morning.
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