As one of the 11 technical experts who helped the Constitutional Assembly draft the final constitution of South Africa in 1994 and 1995, Thuli Madonsela is one of South Africa’s fiercest public protectors. When widespread corruption was uncovered by powerful business men which led all the way to the country’s seat of power, Madonsela chose to defend the people instead of bow down to threats made on her life. Watch her gripping story on this episode of Against The Odds with Peace Hyde.
Download logoIn response to the introduction of Coronavirus level 3 from June 1, 2020, the Department of Employment and Labour will be resuming its services, although at a minimal level. "Therefore our offices will be open to the public on 8 June 2020", said Director General Thobile Lamati. This is after the Department has completed its back to work plan activities which include the deep cleaning and disinfection of office buildings around the country according to approved guidelines, of
In an effort to increase COVID-19 testing capacity in Nigeria, States including Kano have set up mobile testing sites in communities. The NCDC team is working to address scepticism & stigma around COVID-19 in these areas to encourage compliance to testing.Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).Media filesDownload logo
Download logoDistribution of cases by sub counties: In Nairobi, - Makadara has (45) cases - Kibra (21), - Embakasi South (6), - Kasarani (5), - Ruaraka (3), - Westlands (2), - Embakasi West (2), - Langata (1) and - Starehe (1).Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Ministry of Health, Kenya.
Update: A total of 24452 tests were conducted in the last 24 hours. There are 1837 new cases of COVID-19. Regrettably, we report 34 more COVID-19 related deaths & send our condolences to the loved ones. Remember to keep a 1.5meter physical distance when shopping for essentials.Distributed by APO Group on behalf of National Institute for Communicable Diseases, South Africa (NICD).Media filesDownload logo
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