Sakinah Samuels

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Sakinah is a Writer at Portal Publishing where she writes for Careers Portal and News Portal, and is passionate about the work she does. With a passion for writing developed at a young age, she is always creating some form of written content at all points in time.

With only recently having completed her BA Degree at the University of the Western Cape, majoring in Psychology, English and Philosophy, she is at the beginning a career as a successful wordsmith and wiping away any ideas of a writer not being able to be successful. 

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zweli
Health Minister, Zweli Mkhize, has confirmed that Covid vaccines will be arriving in South Africa pretty soon.
electricity
Eskom has announced that loadshedding will be suspended as the demand drops ahead of the weekend.
uif
Even though the UIF has said that they have made payments to TERS beneficiaries and continue to do so, many have said that they have not received their funds. The fund has now addressed this.
The Department has confirmed that South Africa will be receiving and distributing the first cohort of vaccines this month with more to follow in February.
winde
Western Cape has seen a resurgence in cases with many fearing a possible heard lockdown. The province's Premier has weighed in one what can be done to avoid a lockdown.
wc
The leader of Freedom Front Plus is now pushing for Western Cape to become independent as he believes that this is the only way the province will be successful. Is this even possible?
vaccine new frame
A Covid-19 jab could cost hundreds of rands. Or not. It’s anyone’s guess. Could another pandemic almost a century ago hold clues for handling the coronavirus today?

By: Laura López González
fnb
You can now replace your lost or stolen FNB cards at your local shopping store.
water
The City of Cape Town has announced that water tariffs will be lowered. This announcement comes as some areas in Johannesburg have their water unexpectedly cut off.
electric
Eskom gave an update on the state of the system. They then announced that loadshedding will continue for South Africans.