'Disappointed' Faf admits Proteas rebuilding will take some time

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WATCH | Coronavirus: Only few signs of a lockdown in Hillbrow as residents loiter and move about

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WATCH | 1 April: Health Ministry confirms 1 380 cases, no rise in coronavirus death toll

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WATCH | Mixed reactions from homeless to Cape Town's new lockdown shelter

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WATCH | Naspers has committed R 1.5 billion in emergency aid to fight Covid-19 in South Africa

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