The City of Cape Town has recently launched its Energy Safety Team on May 24, 2023, to safeguard its electricity infrastructure. The initiative, led by Councillor Beverley van Reenen and Alderman JP Smith, aims to collaborate with law enforcement agencies and the South African Police Service (SAPS) to focus on the protection of the City’s electricity infrastructure in the metro.
Employment and Labour Deputy Minister Boitumelo Moloi recently urged employers to adhere to the country’s labour laws. During a recent inspection by the Department of Employment and Labour’s team at Dasbosch Boerdery, the Deputy Minister emphasized the need for a cooperative approach to ensure employers comply with the law and avoid punitive measures from the inspectorate.
The Department of Sport, Arts, and Culture’s commitment to creating an enabling environment for the transformation, preservation, protection, and promotion of sport, arts, and Culture at all levels of participation will be showcased during the 2023 Budget Vote Debate Week, led by Minister Zizi Kodwa.
In a world where animals are sometimes oppressed, it is heartening to see that there are still people willing to put themselves on the line to help them. For example, in Woodstock, Cape Town, a dog was found chained and padlocked so tightly to a fence that he could barely move. Fortunately, Constable Rubashnee Naicker of the Cape Town Metropolitan Police Department, her colleagues, and the Cape of Good Hope SPCA were on hand to rescue the animal and bring the perpetrator to justice.