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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It really doesn't come as a surprise that 'lockdown' was voted word of the year for South Africa now that it's been our lives for almost seven months now.
Free State's Premier, Sisi Ntombela, has tested positive for Covid-19. Free State has warned the public that the fight against the virus is far from over.
The Unemployment Insurance Fund has launched a hotline to report any TERS fraud. The platforms are now up and running and people can report any instances of fraud.
Rapper and musician, Kanye West, has released the first official video for his Presidency campaign on Monday. He has said that his campaign will focus on religion and families.
Black Friday is coming up and usually has everyone going crazy in store with some shoppers even battling for TVs and meats. Major retailers, Game and Makro, have started planning for the big shopping event.
If you're wanting to join the South African Police Services and become a police officer, it's good to know that the requirements to do so might see some changes.
It's official, United States President Trump and First Lady, Melania Trump, have tested positive for the coronavirus. Trump, who has downplayed the severity of the virus, has now contracted it.
From 1 October, South Africa's international borders are officially open. Government has since released the list of high risk countries travel to and from will not be allowed for.
City of Cape Town might be lowering water tariffs for residents soon due to the dam levels.
Minister Bheki Cele has said that police will be stricter with lockdown regulations. South Africans will see stricter law enforcement as the country is now in Level 1 of lockdown.