Jackson Mthembu, the Minister in the Presidency, had a lot on his mind this weekend.
Minister Mthembu announced that the government is giving “serious attention” to more vibrators for Covid-19 patients in intensive care units.
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Thekwini and areas of KwaZulu-Natal will probably remain on full lockdown after Friday.
KZN premier Sihle Zikalala is worried about the high numbers of new cases in eThekwini, especially among health workers, and a higher death rate than other provinces
On Sunday he said that KZN had nearly 21% of new cases in the country, and 121...
Happy Freedom Day. Even if we aren’t feeling very free today, a lot of prisoners will.
Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to announce the release of thousands of inmates today.
Awaiting-trial prisoners and nonviolent offenders eligible for parole will be released to contain the spread of Covid-19 in overcrowded prisons.
With severe overcrowding...
Ethiopian spaza shop traders - the victims of xenophobic attacks - have donated R30 000 worth of food and protective equipment to the poor in Alexandra. “The donation is to show that we are all humans and we are faced with one enemy,” said one of the traders.
On Thursday night, as the president addressed the nation, South Africa had 3,953 Covid-19 cases with 75 deaths and 1,473 recoveries. 143,570 South Africans had been tested.
Worldwide the toll stands at 2,682,225 confirmed cases and 187,330 deaths.
Two soldiers and a civilian have been arrested for stealing a large number of army weapons from a Pretoria base.
The stolen firearms were hidden or sold on the East Rand. Thirteen R4 rifles and a pistol were recovered in Daveyton.
Two soldiers, Sidwel Tyawana (36) and Tumelo Mangale (28), have...
When the rules change on May 1, the president announced that some restrictions will remain in place, in all levels of alert, for as long as the risk of virus transmission lasts.
- Bars and shebeens will remain closed
- Concerts, sporting events and religious, cultural and social gatherings will...
The country's biggest metropolitan municipalities could stay on maximum lockdown after Friday 1 May.
When the new, less tough rules start, Johannesburg, Cape Town, eThekwini and the metropolitan areas of Buffalo City and Mangaung could stay at level 5. These cities have had about 75% of the Covid-19 cases so...
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