Eyaaz Matwadia

Covid-19 lockdown restrictions still to be discussed, says Gungubele

The minister in the presidency said the cabinet had not discussed adjusted lockdown restrictions and vaccine mandates

Covid cases continue to rise as fourth wave looms

Gauteng has seen an increase of over 8000 new cases in the past day

The 2021 M&G Sport Audit: How our national teams fared this year

Once more we have the opportunity to take our marking pen to their performance

Ramaphosa presents national orders to friends of democracy and South Africa

On Thursday the president honoured ​​South Africans and eminent foreign nationals with the highest award the country offers

Miss South Africa mum after losing government’s support over Miss Universe event held in Israel

Lalela Mswane and the Miss SA organisers have not responded to the announcement by the sports, arts and culture department that the government has withdrawn its support for the pageant

Campaign against patent laws ‘causing barriers’ to life saving Covid-19, TB, HIV and cancer drugs

The Fix The Patent Laws Campaign wants Trade Minister Ebrahim Patel to publish amendments to the Patent Act to make all medication affordable

Independent candidates in municipal elections gain momentum with 0.61% growth

The political sands are shifting, says Mmusi Maimane

Under the volcano: From Caruso to Neapolitan Power and Vesuwave to techno

How house, then techno, tore down walls of political and aesthetic division in Naples

Zondo thanks retiring Justices Khampepe and Jafta for their service

After 12 years serving at the apex court, Sisi Khampepe and Chris Jafta have retired from office

Former British minister urges Boris Johnson to remove SA from UK Covid red travel list

Peter Hain has written a letter to the prime minister saying the red listing of South Africa has ‘no justification whatsoever in science’

Q&A Sessions: Kagiso Rabada — ‘When I retire, I will know that I gave my best shot’

Kagiso Rabada talks to Eyaaz Matwadia about his love for music and production, how the lockdown affected him, and how he hopes to get back to his best

Blind SA headed to high court over the Copyright Act

The organisation argues that the Copyright Act is unconstitutional because it violates the human rights of blind people. The case will be heard on 21 September

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