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Public refusing Covid-19 tests due to fake news: Gauteng health department

Many people don't want to be tested for Covid-19 because of a "fake news" video claiming that the swabs used to test for the illness are contaminated.

Criminal charges opened against man who claimed Covid-19 swabs are contaminated

Criminal charges have formally been opened against a Cape Town man who claimed that the swabs used to test for Covid-19 were themselves contaminated with the coronavirus.

Granny pays tribute to 'brilliant' Soweto teen who was raped and murdered

Simphiwe Sibeko was a good child who spent a lot of time indoors and was a top achiever at school, says her grandmother Joyce.

SA's expedition to Marion Island downsized over coronavirus fears

Government has cancelled field science activities and dramatically reduced the size of this year’s expedition to Marion Island because of the coronavirus infection

Explosive sound rings out before Soshanguve school burns

An administration block at a Soshanguve secondary school was ravaged by a fire on Monday morning

South Africans stranded in Egypt plead for help to get back home

South Africans stranded in Egypt because of travel restrictions imposed to curb the spread of Covid-19 made a plea to President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday to be repatriated.

SA engineers offer free services for informal settlement 'de-densification'

A group of black engineers has come together to offer its services for free to the government in a bid to create temporary settlements to fight the spread of Covid-19.

'Too soon' to talk about lockdown extension: Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma

Government "doesn't have all the facts" yet to consider whether or not the 21-day national lockdown should be extended.

'Quite an increase' as number of Covid-19 cases jumps to 1,462

Health minister Dr Zweli Mkhize gave the update at the Universitas Hospital in the Free State after a visit on Thursday.

Mzansi thanks Zweli Mkhize for his leadership

Health minister Zweli Mkhize on Wednesday received an outpouring of support and appreciation for his leadership after he revealed that he tested negative for Covid-19 - and admitted that he struggles with asthma and sinus problems.

WATCH LIVE | Zweli Mkhize speaks after visit to Universitas Hospital in the Free State

The health Minister Dr. Zweli Mkhize gives an update on the latest COVID-19 statistics on Day 7 of the national lockdown.

Hundreds detained in Zimbabwe for breaking lockdown rules

Police have detained hundreds of people for contravening regulations imposed for the 21-day lockdown in Zimbabwe.

WATCH LIVE | Government updates nation on revised lockdown regulations

The coronavirus national command council appointed by President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to address the nation at 6pm on Thursday on the revised lockdown regulations.

Second Covid-19 case in Khayelitsha as premier starts mask-making drive

The massive Cape Town township of Khayelitsha has recorded its second case of Covid-19, Western Cape premier Alan Winde said on Thursday.

'No, we won't meet face to face, we're in lockdown,' Sadtu tells KZN education department

Teachers union Sadtu has accused the KwaZulu-Natal department of education of endangering workers by convening a face-to-face meeting.

Six suspects who 'planned to dump bodies in sea' are charged with murder

Six men arrested this week for allegedly attempting to dump three bodies in the sea in Cape Town appeared in court charged with murder on Thursday.

Pick n Pay and Spar install screens at tills amid Covid-19 concerns

The supermarkets have rolled out perspex screens to protect cashiers from contracting the deadly coronavirus

Cape Town suspends law enforcement officers over lockdown 'abuse'

Three Cape Town law enforcement officers have been suspended for allegedly verbally abusing and harassing people on the Cape Flats during the Covid-19 lockdown.

Illegal liquor sellers among 1,443 people arrested in KZN for lockdown non-compliance

A total of 1,443 people have been arrested in KwaZulu-Natal since Friday for failing to comply with the national lockdown regulations.

Cape Town sets up tents for 4,000 homeless at coastal sports ground

Cape Town changed its lockdown plan for 4,000 homeless people on Thursday and will now accommodate all of them in tents at Strandfontein Sports Ground

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