No responsible party will be held liable for not registering by 30 June under the Protection of Personal Information Act, the Information Regulator said on Tuesday.
The national department of health said it is ready to start vaccinating teachers in their numbers from next week, with Johnson & Johnson vaccines are expected to arrive in the country tomorrow afternoon.
Eskom has implemented stage-3 load shedding due to further breakdowns at the Kusile, Matla and Tutuka power stations.
The South African Post Office has signed an agreement with Mail Americas that it says will give online traders better access into all of Southern Africa, including rural areas.
The South African Reserve Bank will introduce the Authenticated Collections/DebiCheck project from 1 May 2021 as part of its modernisation of the National Payment System.
South Africa has several advantages that make it an attractive destination for business services, President Cyril Ramaphosa said in his weekly newsletter, published on Monday.
Health minister Zweli Mkhize has announced that the second phase of the country’s vaccination roll-out will begin on 17 May.
The department of communications & digital technologies will conduct public hearings into the draft white paper on audiovisual content services policy framework in April.
Traffic officers will be issued with body cameras to help gather evidence and improve the conviction rate for traffic law violators, while government is strengthening law enforcement by investing in drones.
Deputy President David Mabuza said in parliament that Eskom has communicated a headcount reduction plan to government.