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Covid-19 jab: a ticket of responsibility, not a ticket to freedom

Being fully vaccinated ‘makes you a little bit more comfortable in your skin’, says 61-year-old Elize Parker

South Africa moves back to adjusted level 3, schools to reopen on Monday

Vaccination capacity to be increased as the government announces financial support measures for those affected by Covid-19 restrictions and the recent civil unrest

WATCH AGAIN: Ramaphosa addresses the nation

The president is expected to provide an update on lockdown regulations

Cape Flats gangsters, children die in fight over turf

Extortion rackets are part of a corrupt system that includes religious leaders, councillors, police and syndicates

Father and son abandon gangs to start a project of hope

After spending more than 40 years in a life of gangsterism, Ralph Haricombe’s life changed after his son asked him to change his life

R270m ‘housing heist’ bid deprives people of decent homes

After alleged attempts to loot Eastern Cape housing funds, 39 200 people in the province will continue to live in atrocious conditions

Stolen ammo poses security threat amid failure to protect high-risk consignments

A Durban depot container with 1.5-million rounds of ammunition may have been targeted, as others in the vicinity were left untouched, say security sources

Daily new Covid-19 cases drop, but recent civil unrest might cause new surge

Acting health minister Mmamoloko Kubayi says 120 private pharmacies were destroyed and 47 500 vaccines lost in KwaZulu-Natal

Western Cape closes roads to end deadly taxi violence

The closure of the Mbekweni/Paarl and Bellville route comes as negotiations between taxi operators fail and will affect thousands of commuters

Rwanda’s involvement in Ramaphosa phone surveillance will further strain relations

But experts doubt the South African intelligence community has the capacity even to establish whether Ramaphosa’s phone was compromised

35 bodies unclaimed as Phoenix tensions simmer

The ANC has distanced itself from marches and motorcades over alleged killings of black people

Treason, murder probes as unrest death toll climbs

State will focus on the ringleaders and coordinators of last week’s ‘attempted insurrection’

Q&A Sessions: ‘A loud and a rude little man’

Conrad Koch, the award-winning performer and the human voice behind Chester Missing, tells Nicolene de Wee what it’s like to share his life with Chester and how anthropology shaped his view of the world

Taxi violence hinders Covid-19 response in the Western Cape

Several vaccination sites were forced to a standstill on Monday, with healthcare workers unable to attend work because of limited public transport

Joburg’s homeless people miss out on jabs

Gauteng has ‘no plan’ to vaccinate its 10 000 displaced persons

Zuma gets leave for brother’s funeral

The former president has already left Estcourt prison under heavy security

Zuma set to attend brother’s funeral on Thursday

Request is still ‘under consideration’ but sources say it will likely be approved and a security plan is in place

Taxi associations in impasse over dispute

Western Cape government cuts off its Blue Dot incentive payments to Cata and Codeta and financial support agreement with Santaco

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