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2022

Solidarity Fund Stakeholders Bulletin

February 2022

South Africa has reached the tail-end of the fourth COVID wave. While infection rates reached alarming levels, fuelled by the Omicron variant, we take comfort that hospitalisation and mortality rates have not been as high as we saw with the third wave and Delta variant.

January 2022

Welcome to 2022, and the first newsletter of the new year. As I look ahead, I am cautiously optimistic that 2022 will prove smoother sailing as we learn to live with “the new normal” and start rebuilding some of the things that our beautiful country has lost.

2021

Solidarity Fund Stakeholders Bulletin

December 2021

There can be no doubt that it has been a long and hard year for most. The impact of COVID continues, affecting lives and livelihoods of all South Africans..

November 2021

On Sunday, 28th of November, President Cyril Ramaphosa convened another COVID “family meeting”. This followed a sharp increase in virus infections, particularly in Gauteng, as well as 2 days  . . .

November 2021

On Sunday, 28th of November, President Cyril Ramaphosa convened another COVID “family meeting”. This followed a sharp increase in virus infections, particularly in Gauteng, as well as 2 days  . . .

October 2021

The end of the year is fast approaching. As we all make plans for the holidays, it’s natural to want to start slowing down a bit. At the Solidarity Fund, however, we aren’t slowing down just yet.

August 2021

Women’s month has come to an end. As with every year, I spent some time reflecting on the role of women in society, the inequalities that we are stillfigh ting every day, and the Gender-Based Violence that continues to ravage our country.

June 2021

On the 27th of June 2021, President Cyril Ramaphosa upgraded the country’s lockdown from Alert Level Three, to Alert Level Four. This move was necessitated by the aggressive surge in COVID-19 infections – particularly in Gauteng, the province which has been identified as the epicentre of the third wave.

May 2021

In the last few months, there have been a lot of important and exciting developments that the Solidarity Fund has been privileged to be a part of. With the National Vaccine Rollout Programme progressing into its second phase, the focus at the Fund has been on supporting the national vaccine effort in the most impactful manner possible.

April 2021

I hope everyone had a peaceful Workers’ Day on Saturday. Although an international holiday, in South Africa, Workers’ Day is both a celebration of workers’ rights and a reminder of the critical role that labour organisations and unions played in the fight against Apartheid.

March 2021

On the 23rd of March 2020, President Ramaphosa formally announced the establishment of the Solidarity Fund. This decisive response from the South African Government to the COVID-19 threat was nothing short of amazing and applauded by the WHO.

February 2021

As the first of the COVID-19 vaccines start to arrive and be administered, many of us are breathing a sigh of relief. In the fight against this pandemic, there is no greater weapon than the vaccine. At the Fund, we support the national roll-out and are committed to playing our part as an additive to the National Health Response, standing ready to identify interventions within the mandate of the Fund that we can support.

January 2021

Welcome to 2021. Who would have thought, this time last year, that we would be sitting where we are? The last year was tough and disastrous for too many. My heart and thoughts go out to all affected by this pandemic.

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