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WATCH | 4 April: 9 confirmed deaths, 1 585 positive cases of coronavirus in South Africa

WATCH | 4 April: 9 confirmed deaths, 1 585 positive cases of coronavirus in South Africa

South Africa now has 1585 cases of coronavirus infections, and nine confirmed deaths, health minister Zweli Mkhize said in a statement on Saturday. 53 937 tests have been done.
WATCH | Corona se p**s! Man arrested after bragging about 'doing tik' in front of police station

WATCH | Corona se p**s! Man arrested after bragging about 'doing tik' in front of police station

A young man has been filmed seemingly doing drugs in front of the Lyttelton police station in Pretoria, Gauteng.
WATCH | Race against time to complete temporary shelter for 2 000 homeless people in Cape Town

WATCH | Race against time to complete temporary shelter for 2 000 homeless people in Cape Town

The urgent construction of a massive Covid-19 temporary shelter is under way to house more than 2 000 homeless people in Cape Town.
WATCH | PART 4: Here are some of the antics South Africans have been getting up to in lockdown

WATCH | PART 4: Here are some of the antics South Africans have been getting up to in lockdown

While News24 is able to see and cover what is happening to the outside world during the nationwide lockdown, we need your help to show us what is happening inside your living rooms, kitchens and gardens.
WATCH | Small businesses in Soweto feeling the pinch of coronavirus lockdown

WATCH | Small businesses in Soweto feeling the pinch of coronavirus lockdown

Orlando West in Soweto, was once a hive of activity filled with tourists and Sowetans is now a distant memory amid the 21-day lockdown. News24 visited the largest township to gauge how the lockdown amid Covid-19 is affecting small businesses.
WATCH | Lockdown: Who shot Bonzo? SANDF denies shooting dog

WATCH | Lockdown: Who shot Bonzo? SANDF denies shooting dog

The SA National Defence Force (SANDF) has denied one of its soldiers shot a dog during a coronavirus lockdown patrol in Parkwood, Cape Town, on Monday. Bonzo the dog later died.
WATCH | 3 April: Death toll rises to seven, number of positive cases at 1505

WATCH | 3 April: Death toll rises to seven, number of positive cases at 1505

Health Minister Zweli Mkhize announced the number of positive cases has risen to 1 505. The death toll remains at seven, but it is suspected that two more people have died from the virus in KwaZulu-Natal.
WATCH | Lockdown: 2 doctors allegedly forcefully quarantined in Limpopo by health department

WATCH | Lockdown: 2 doctors allegedly forcefully quarantined in Limpopo by health department

Two doctors in Limpopo are living in fear after they were allegedly forced into quarantine at a medical facility by the Limpopo government on Thursday after testing positive for Covid-19 on Sunday.
WATCH | German government begins repatriation of citizens from SA

WATCH | German government begins repatriation of citizens from SA

After several attempts to leave South Africa and return home to Berlin, German tourists Wolfgang Luckau and Inge Klaus, along with several other stranded German citizens were instructed to gather at the Cape Town Stadium in Green Point on Friday.
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WATCH | Devastation of Covid-19 is far worse than the cost of testing people - Zweli Mkhize

WATCH | Devastation of Covid-19 is far worse than the cost of testing people - Zweli Mkhize

Health Minister Zweli Mkhize and Western Cape MEC of Health Nomafrench Mbombo visited Khayelitsha hospital on Friday afternoon.
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PODCAST| THE STORY: Guns blazing - police shoot at News24 journalist during lockdown

PODCAST| THE STORY: Guns blazing - police shoot at News24 journalist during lockdown

News24 reporter Azarrah Karrim was caught in the crossfire when police fired rubber bullets to disperse pockets of people loitering in the streets of Yeoville, Johannesburg on day one of the nationwide lockdown.
WATCH | Plans in motion to move thousands from Dunoon, but some residents say they won't go

WATCH | Plans in motion to move thousands from Dunoon, but some residents say they won't go

The Western Cape government plans on moving thousands of people, living in informal settlements, to temporary sites. The move is part of the City's plan to space people out and prevent a surge in Covid-19 infections.
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Channel24 Couch Concert

Channel24 Couch Concert

GoodLuck, Easy Freak, Daniel Baron and more perform for you from their homes.
WATCH | 1 000 hand sanitisers sponsored to Khayelitsha, thanks to community WhatsApp group

WATCH | 1 000 hand sanitisers sponsored to Khayelitsha, thanks to community WhatsApp group

When businesswoman, Shafieka Salie-Effendi, noticed the plea for hand sanitisers on the Khayelitsha Community Action Network (CAN) WhatsApp group she didn't sit idly by.
PODCAST | ASK A DOCTOR: Keeping the family healthy when you can't go to the doctor

PODCAST | ASK A DOCTOR: Keeping the family healthy when you can't go to the doctor

We asked Dr Carol Bosch, a Cape Town based GP, to provide tips and advice to keep your family healthy while locked in.
PODCAST | ...ONE MORE THING: Inside the Gauteng health department's Covid-19 war room

PODCAST | ...ONE MORE THING: Inside the Gauteng health department's Covid-19 war room

Gauteng is now the epicentre of the Covid-19 outbreak in South Africa with more than 600 recorded cases.
COVID-19 SA: 4 APRIL 2020

COVID-19 SA: 4 APRIL 2020

Daily updates of COVID-19 statistics in South Africa.
WATCH | Life in lockdown: Poverty keeps residents in informal settlements from staying home

WATCH | Life in lockdown: Poverty keeps residents in informal settlements from staying home

t's day five of the lockdown in Mamelodi near Pretoria. The status quo remains unchanged.
WATCH | PART THREE: Here are some of the antics South Africans have been getting up to in lockdown

WATCH | PART THREE: Here are some of the antics South Africans have been getting up to in lockdown

While News24 is able to see and cover what is happening to the outside world during the nationwide lockdown, we need your help to show us what is happening inside your living rooms, kitchens and gardens.
WATCH | Number of confirmed cases increase to 1 462, while global infections reach 1 million

WATCH | Number of confirmed cases increase to 1 462, while global infections reach 1 million

South Africa recorded 82 new cases of coronavirus on 2 April, bringing the total to 1 462. Worldwide coronavirus cases hit 1 million, the AFP has reported. It also reported that the death toll stood at 51 364 as of Thursday evening.
WATCH | 'For now, cigarettes are not sold' - Bheki Cele

WATCH | 'For now, cigarettes are not sold' - Bheki Cele

Police Minister Bheki Cele clarified that no cigarettes can be sold, and knocked down the Western Cape government saying on Thursday that vendors would be allowed to sell cigarettes.
WATCH | Refugees moved from Methodist church, relocated to marquee

WATCH | Refugees moved from Methodist church, relocated to marquee

On Thursday a large group of refugees were evicted from the Methodist Church of Southern Africa in Cape Town.
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WATCH | 'We want to help' says employee at Covid-19 drive-thru testing station

WATCH | 'We want to help' says employee at Covid-19 drive-thru testing station

HealthInsite, a corporate wellness and occupational health service provider in collaboration with Mullah Labs, have for the past week been conducting drive-thru Covid-19 tests at the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg.
WATCH | No social distancing in long queue outside busy Khayelitsha shopping centre

WATCH | No social distancing in long queue outside busy Khayelitsha shopping centre

An essential worker, Blondee Ramba, took this video on her way to work on Thursday morning outside the Makhaza Shopping Centre in Khayelitsha.