Tearful reunions, comebacks and pop freedom: that was showbiz 2021

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From awards and split-ups to new albums and goodbyes, here are the year’s top stories

From awards and split-ups to new albums and goodbyes, here are the year’s top stories

From awards and split-ups to new albums and goodbyes, here are the year’s top stories

06 December 2021 - 19:23 By Marie-Louise Gumuchian From the return of cinema’s favourite spy to friends reuniting, an array of stories dominated entertainment news headlines this year.04 December 2021 - 15:53 Suthentira Govender Senior reporter A drop in SA's life expectancy is expected to be greater in 2021, say the authors of an article in the South African Medical Journal.05 December 2021 - 10:12 Kyle Zeeman Digital Editor Comedy, news and advice on how to get rid of 'toxic men' were among the top trending videos in SA this year.04 December 2021 - 15:53 Suthentira Govender Senior reporter A drop in SA's life expectancy is expected to be greater in 2021, say the authors of an article in the South African Medical Journal.

Below are some of the biggest.James Bond.This is according to a new article in the by experts from the University of Cape Town and the SA Medical Research Council (SAMRC) who examined the impact of the pandemic on mortality in 2020..The popular Ramscomics, creators of the hilarious Noko Mashaba skits, topped the list with its Makhi's Chicken while a video of amapiano dancers busting a move to Mpura and Busta 929's Umsebenzi Wethu was second.This article is reserved for Sunday Times subscribers.The SAMRC's rapid mortality surveillance system, which is based on data from the national population register, provided a means of tracking Covid-19's impact on mortality.A subscription gives you full digital access to all Sunday Times content.Between 2019 and 2020, the article said, the number of deaths increased by nearly 53,000 with two-thirds of the increase among females.

Already subscribed? Simply sign in below.Life expectancy at birth fell by one year for females and by 2½ months for males.President Cyril Ramaphosa’s family meetings had the nation glued to their screens this year to see whether lockdown restrictions would be altered.Registered on the BusinessLIVE, Business Day or Financial Mail websites? Sign in with the same details..6 years for females and 1.

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SA women’s life expectancy likely to drop further in 2021 due to Covid-19: StudySA women's life expectancy dropped by a year in 2020 and is likely to fall further in 2021 because of Covid-19, according to a new article in the SA Medical Journal by experts. And due to men 💔😭😥

Family meetings, royals and teeth whitening at home: SA's 10 top trending YouTube videos of 2021Teeth whitening, dealing with 'toxic men' and forgetting how to speak Zulu were on the list of top trending YouTube videos this year. What was your fav?

SA women’s life expectancy likely to drop further in 2021 due to Covid-19: StudySA women's life expectancy dropped by a year in 2020 and is likely to fall further in 2021 because of Covid-19, according to a new article in the SA Medical Journal by experts. No it’ll be actually due to this in vain vaccine 💉 COVID issa myth Totally it the woman that are running to get the vax and little do they know it's the woman the government has targeted why are we so stupid my body my right not to vax What a painful virus we going through

WELLNESS: The year 2021: A crisis of meaningTerms like “existential crisis”, “spiritual intelligence” and “self-awareness” have gained traction with the impact of Covid-19 and a growing consciousness of the precarious state of the earth.

How to track your R350 Covid-19 relief grantHow to track your R350 Covid-19 relief grant - All beneficiaries who applied for the R350 relief grant before July 2021, must reapply. Here is how to track your application status Reapply neh?Thats how efficient our government systems are…welcome to our banana republic People need Jobs not Grants.

Industry stakeholders concerned by rising mining fatalitiesMinerals Council SA and government ‘concerned and shocked‘ as nearly 70 miners die at work so far in 2021 A view from the couch. Seems MCSA’s concern only extend to legal operations, are they similarly concerned with fatalities in illegal mining operations?