South Africans can now apply for some social grants online as part of a new pilot project. The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) announced the launch of its new online portal, at https://services.sassa.gov.za, on Monday morning – but the site was offline for much of the day. By Tuesday[…]
Prancing in front of a camera with its blond mane blowing in the wind, “007” is one of the thousands of goats being sold online as Muslims prepare for a key religious festival shaken this year by the coronavirus pandemic. Millions of goats, sheep and cattle are slaughtered annually during[…]
Do you have loads of creative flair and a passion for journalism and writing? VOC News is on the hunt for a digital journalist, to add to its dynamic team of radio journalists. We are looking for someone with excellent writing and storytelling skills, with the ability to tailor and[…]
China has punished 197 people in a special campaign by police targeting online rumours about China’s stock market, the recent fatal explosions in Tianjin and “other key events”, state media reported. No details of the punishments were given, but according to the report, the crimes punished included claiming a man[…]
The Department of High Education and Training has sought to contain an alarming emergence of ‘bogus universities’ that have surfaced online, by urging matriculants to be vigilant when considering an application with any such institutes. The department warned that no compensation will be given to anyone who falls for the[…]
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