World Live Updates COVID-19 cases
  • USA 4,997,868
    USA
    Total: 4,997,868
    Active: 2,286,012
    Recovered: 2,549,791
    Death: 162,065
  • Brazil 2,873,304
    Brazil
    Total: 2,873,304
    Active: 754,975
    Recovered: 2,020,637
    Death: 97,692
  • India 1,964,536
    India
    Total: 1,964,536
    Active: 595,501
    Recovered: 1,328,336
    Death: 40,699
  • Russia 871,894
    Russia
    Total: 871,894
    Active: 180,931
    Recovered: 676,357
    Death: 14,606
  • South Africa 529,877
    South Africa
    Total: 529,877
    Active: 143,313
    Recovered: 377,266
    Death: 9,298
  • Mexico 456,100
    Mexico
    Total: 456,100
    Active: 101,694
    Recovered: 304,708
    Death: 49,698
  • Peru 447,624
    Peru
    Total: 447,624
    Active: 120,966
    Recovered: 306,430
    Death: 20,228
  • Chile 366,671
    Chile
    Total: 366,671
    Active: 16,614
    Recovered: 340,168
    Death: 9,889
  • Spain 352,847
    Spain
    Total: 352,847
    Active: 324,348
    Recovered: ?
    Death: 28,499
  • UK 308,134
    UK
    Total: 308,134
    Active: 261,721
    Recovered: ?
    Death: 46,413

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Financial watchdog consults lawyers on rejected claim

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Bad news for smokers and drinkers: Mkhize says bans to stay in place

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'This is organised crime': Police officer describes suspects in the IPHC church murders

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LISTEN | Staff to be disciplined over 'baby swap' at Gauteng hospital

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Residents protest against AmaBhaca 'king' Diko amid tender scandal

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Con man convicted after stealing teacher's R656,000 pension pot

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Rights group heads to court to stop foreign firm

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ConCourt dismisses Rob Packham's application to appeal 22-year jail term

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Man tied up and beaten, wife and daughters raped in house robbery

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'Taxi boss and driver' shot dead in Joburg

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Excess deaths leap by another 5,782 but graphs finally take a downward turn

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Robbers leave fallen comrade at blast scene, outrun cops

A 32-year-old Mpumalanga man suspected to be part of a gang of about 15 men who bombed a Shoprite Usave store

Treasury to address finance MECs on PPE contracts 'malfeasance'

Finance minister Tito Mboweni wants information of all companies that were awarded personal protective equipment tenders to be made public. This, he said, will be one of his requests when he meets with provincial MECs of finance tomorrow. The procurement of PPEs have been marred by allegations of corruption and impropriety in the awarding of contracts which many are suspected to have been inflated.

Arrest warrant issued for King Dalindyebo's son, Prince Azenathi

The Mthatha magistrate's court has issued a warrant of arrest for Prince Azenathi Dalindyebo.

Deputy president’s accused pleads guilty

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Covid-19 cases slow in hotspot provinces: Health minister Zweli Mkhize

Three South African provinces considered coronavirus hotspots have seen new infections slow in recent weeks,

Another day of low infections as new Covid-19 cases in SA drop below 4,500

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Molefe, Singh slam Eskom's attempts to make them pay back the money

Former Eskom group CEO Brian Molefe and CFO Anoj Singh have reacted with anger and surprise at news that the utility and the SIU have initiated steps to recover the gains of alleged corruption.

Court orders Denel to cough up salaries due to workers

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