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News Headlines for Sunday 28 June 2020

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News Headlines for Sunday 28 June 2020

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The Department of Education is opening schools for Grade R,1,2,3,6,10 and 11's on the 6th July.

Grade's 4,5,8 and grade 9's will be going back to school on the 3rd August.Matric pupils will from this coming week only be attending school 2-3 days a week as the other grades return back to school.

AfriForum is suing the Guateng Education MEC,Mr Panyaza Lesufi for accusing them of trying to "assassinate" him.This came after he opened the can of worms on the town of "Orania".

The Minister of Trade and Industry,Ebrahim Patel claimed he was the one that suggested the ban on cooked chicken and the banning of certain clothing items.

Update on Covid-19 cases are that there are 131 800 confirmed cases and 7210 new cases recorded in the last 24 hours.500 teachers have lost their lives to Covid-19 thus far.Government stated that mid July will see the virus peak especially in provinces such as the Western Cape.

Many unemployed people are still awaiting their R350 uif payments.Please bear in mind you have to register and the offices are extremely full.Here is a link whereby you can apply online.www.ufund.co.za

KwaZulu Natal taxi operators has already began loading 100% capacity.They threatened to have another shutdown on Monday 29th June if Government interferes.

May the rest of your weekend be fantastic and stay safe.

Source: opera.com
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Top Comments
GUEST_bwmAbMGmn · 06/28/2020
South Africa Government. are acting crazy now for pushing our children to go back to school. it does not make sense to me. You are sending children to fight corona virus and get infected while the government hide in their office for cover. Total madness from Gvmt
LillySekoma · 06/28/2020
goverment never force u to bring ur child to school

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