Six tips to balance your laundry schedule with Eskom’s load shedding schedule | The Citizen

While load shedding isn’t a new phenomenon to South Africans, the last few months with it having escalated to a daily occurrence, has Mzansi fed-up trying to organise their lives around Eskom’s inability to keep the country’s lights on. ALSO SEE: Civil servants set to strike on Thursday over wage impasse with government How to … Read more

Sars’ records trade balance surplus of R7.18bn for August | The Citizen

The South African Revenue Service’s (Sars) trade statistics for August recorded a preliminary trade balance surplus of R7.18 billion. These statistics include trade data with Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho and Namibia (BELN), Sars said in a statement. “The year-to-date (1 January to 31 August, 2022) preliminary trade balance surplus of R163.36 billion is a deterioration from … Read more

Success of ANC-EFF coalition depends on balance of forces | The Citizen

An alliance between the ANC and the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) may succeed if the two parties undertake to hold each other accountable as partners in government in future, according to experts. But by joining hands with the EFF, the ANC runs the risk of being compromised into accepting the EFF’s almost impossible radical demands, … Read more

Ability to balance on one leg may be linked to a longer life: study – National | Globalnews.ca

In life, balance really may be the key. This could be especially true for older adults. According to a new study, it may be possible to predict how long they’ll live based on how well they can balance on one foot. The inability to stand on one leg for 10 seconds is linked to nearly … Read more