Who Owns The South African Sunday Times?

Who Owns The South African Sunday Times?

Sunday Times (South Africa)

Weekly newspaper
Arena Holdings
S’thembiso Msomi

Who owns TimesLIVE South Africa?


Online newspaper
Arena Holdings
Hill on Empire, 16 Empire Road, Parktown, Johannesburg, South Africa
Sister newspapers
Sunday Times

How do I contact Sunday Times?

Contact the newsdesk:
Sunday Times: +27 11 280 5155 or suntimes@sundaytimes.co.za. TimesLIVE/TimesLIVE Premium: +27 11 280 3806 or tellus@thetimes.co.za. Durban office: +27 31 250 8500.

How much does the Sunday Times cost in South Africa?

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There is also a day pass costing R15 for 24 hours’ digital access to the Sunday Times.

What is South African famous for?

What is South Africa famous for? South Africa loves variety; it has three capitals, eleven official languages, 21 National Parks and ten UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The country is famous for its spectacular landscapes and a diversity of African animals.

Can you go to jail for not wearing a mask in South Africa?

Share This: The wearing of face masks in public is mandatory under SA’s lockdown regulations, but you can’t be detained for not wearing one.

Do you have to wear a mask in your car South Africa?

Drivers should ensure that passengers are always wearing their masks when they are in the car. If they don’t, the driver and passengers can get a fine of a R1000 each for breaking this law. This law falls into the same category as wearing a seatbelt.

Do we still have to wear masks in South Africa?

On Wednesday, 22 June 2022, Regulations 16A, 16B and 16C relating to the Surveillance and the Control of Notifiable Medical Conditions were repealed. As a result, COVID-19 regulations such as the wearing of masks, limitations on gatherings and entry requirements for foreigners into South Africa, were officially lifted.

What is the mask law in South Africa?

Although there is no requirement in law for employers to impose the wearing of face masks in the workplace, nothing precludes employers from implementing policies that require employees to continue wearing them while at work.
Jun 23, 2022

What should you do if you are not wearing a mask after coughing or sneezing?

When not wearing a mask, the CDC recommends covering the mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing and recommends using the inside of the elbow if no tissue is available. Proper hand hygiene after any cough or sneeze is encouraged.

What is the purpose of medical masks?

Medical masks are surgical or procedure masks that are flat or pleated (some are like cups); they are affixed to the head with strapsa. Wearing a medical mask is one of the prevention measures to limit spread of certain respiratory diseases, including 2019- nCoV, in affected areas.
However, the use of a mask alone is insufficient to provide the adequate level of protection and other equally relevant measures should be adopted. If masks are to be used, this measure must be combined with hand hygiene and other IPC measures to prevent the human-to- human transmission of 2019-nCov.

What code is code 10 drivers Licence?

Code 10 Licenses (3.5 – 16 tons GMV)
Code 10 allows you to drive any vehicle up to 16 000kg, with a trailer of up 750 Kg. Licence also includes a permit to drive code 8 vehicles. A learner’s license is required to take the test.

Is code 10 drivers Licence C1?

The code 10 driving licence falls under the C1 category in the new classification system where you are allowed to operate any vehicle with less than 16 000 kg and a trailer of less than 750 kg. The vehicle can have a trailer of not more than 750 kg.
Apr 26, 2022

What is the present condition of farmers?

1 The condition of Indian farmers is very poor. Around 80% of the farmer’s population consists of those farmers who own less than 1-hectare land or 1-2 hectare. Besides, agriculture provides employment to nearly 50% but still contributes 15% to the GDP.

What are the biggest issues facing farmers today?

Costs of fertilizer, seeds, fuel and farming equipment have all risen. Shipping delays have plagued the supply chain, migrant agricultural workers have been delayed at the U.S. border, and a shortage of irrigation water is an imminent concern.

Who is the youngest farmer in South Africa?

At just 19 years of age, a North West resident is already a successful farmer. Being exposed to animals from birth paved the way for one of South Africa’s youngest farmers, Thabo Herman Dithakgwe. Thabo Herman Dithakgwe is an example to young people that there is success in farming.

What is South African famous for?

What is South Africa famous for? South Africa loves variety; it has three capitals, eleven official languages, 21 National Parks and ten UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The country is famous for its spectacular landscapes and a diversity of African animals.

What are South African masks used for?

Masks are often made to resemble people, animals and other objects that people identify with. Many African masks represent animals. Some African communities believe that the animal masks can help them communicate with the spirits who live in forests or open savannah.

What are South African masks made of?

African masks are considered to be one of the most admired and well-known art forms in Africa. There are many different materials used to make African masks such as: wood, bronze, brass, copper, ivory, glazed pottery, raffia and textiles. However, the most popular material used to make African masks is wood.

What are those African masks called?

A good example of an abstract design for an African mask is a round face mask called a Baule goli mask, made by a culture that called themselves the Baule. They live in parts of Ghana and the Ivory Coast. These masks, adorned with horns that symbolize power and strength, are used for a specific type of dance.

What is a Zulu mask?

African Zulu mask
An African hand carved wooden fertility mask that is carved and stained to the colors of light and dark brown. The mask which is 45 cm all originates from KwaZulu Natal in South Africa and has been carved by genuine Zulu tribesmen.

What are the current issues in South Africa?

President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered the State of the Nation Address for 2022 on 10 February 2021.

Coronavirus / Covid-19.

Economic Reconstruction and Recovery.

Job creation.

Rural development.

Fighting crime.

Gender-based violence.

Land reform.


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What is the strike in South Africa?

South Africa’s unions called for national strike due to power cuts, rising costs of living, and high unemployment levels. Thousands of people took to the streets of Pretoria in a strike on Wednesday to protest against worsening economic conditions.

What does national shutdown mean?

Government shutdowns, in United States politics, refer to a funding gap period that causes a full or partial shutdown of federal government operations and agencies. They are caused when there is a failure to pass a funding legislation to finance the government for its next fiscal year or a temporary funding measure.