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Liquor to be sold BUT under strict rules

Liquor to be sold BUT under strict rules

That’s according to Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula. Mapisa-Nqakula said this is subject to directions by relevant ministers. From Monday onwards liquor will be sold under lockdown level three regulations from Mondays to Thursdays from 9am-5pm. However, government says onsite consumption of liquor is prohibited and e-commerce sales will be permitted subject to the same onsite trade […]

Nestlé to donate millions to the region in aid of Coronavirus

Nestlé to donate millions to the region in aid of Coronavirus

Nestlé, according to press release will contribute millions to deserving organisations across the region. R5 million to South Africa’s Solidarity Fund, 1 million Mauritian Rupee to Mauritius’ Solidarity Fund, Over R10 million to the International Federation of Red Cross Societies in South Africa, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mauritius, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Tanzania on COVID-19 relief interventions […]

Mo-Wash ready to provide ‘water-tight’ case against Covid-19

Yes, it is confirmed mzansi is a water scarce country but that does not stop the likes of budding entrepreneurs Godfrey Sono and Sibusiso Vilakazi to sharpen their minds on how to mitigate water scarcity or gain traction from business opportunities. Both are the founders of Mo-Wash, a mobile hand washing units that entered the […]

Pressurised MTN to reduce expensive data

Pressurised MTN to reduce expensive data

This follows the outcry on the expensive data experienced by millions of its customers and pressure from the policy makers within the industry. In these tough economic conditions, MTN does not want to delay the announcement of these customer-focused solutions. MTN remains in discussion with the Competition Commission, on the options to regulate these elective […]

Vodacom set to reduce expensive data

Vodacom set to reduce expensive data

The Chairperson of the committee, Boyce Maneli, said that the announcement has emboldened the committee on its long-held resolve that the Independent Communication Authority of South Africa should seriously look into the issue of cost-to-communicate in South Africa.   “Our argument is that the advent of 4IR [fourth industrial revolution], which has been upon us […]

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