WATCH | Sneaky snake: Black mamba found slithering among car spares

WATCH | Sneaky snake: Black mamba found slithering among car spares

Durban snake handler Jason Arnold rushed to a home in Avoca Hills, Durban, over the weekend after the owner spotted a black mamba coiled into a ball. The scaly black snake was tucked away behind boxes of spare car parts.
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WATCH | 8 April: Covid-19 kills five more South Africans, as overall cases rise to 1 845

WATCH | 8 April: Covid-19 kills five more South Africans, as overall cases rise to 1 845

Covid-19 has claimed five more people in SA, as overall cases rise to 1 845, the Department of Health has said. The death toll stands at 18.
WATCH | Justice Minister says 16 000 inmates screened for Covid-19 so far

WATCH | Justice Minister says 16 000 inmates screened for Covid-19 so far

The Minister of Justice and Correctional Services Ronald Lamola, this morning, launched screening Sun City prison in Johannesburg, which houses about 9 000 inmates. Some 16 000 inmates across the country have been tested for the novel coronavirus.
WATCH | MEC Panyaza Lesufi tests Covid-19 mobile stations during awareness walkabout in Tembisa

WATCH | MEC Panyaza Lesufi tests Covid-19 mobile stations during awareness walkabout in Tembisa

MEC's Panyaza Lesufi and Faith Mazibuko embarked on an awareness campaign in Tembisa on Wednesday to encourage residents to test for Covid-19. The initiative saw a mobile testing unit set up outside Phumlani Mall for screening and testing.
Prince understands Paterson's desire to leave Proteas for Kolpak deal

Prince understands Paterson's desire to leave Proteas for Kolpak deal

Cape Cobras coach Ashwell Prince revealed that Proteas fast bowler Dane Paterson has signed a Kolpak deal and acknowledged that he understands why he decided to move to England.
WATCH | Sanitising Stellenbosch: Municipality deep cleans streets in the university town

WATCH | Sanitising Stellenbosch: Municipality deep cleans streets in the university town

The university town of Stellenbosch has taken steps to try and get ahead of the fast-spreading coronavirus. The Stellenbosch municipality are deep cleaning the streets using a pine scented industrial disinfectant.
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WATCH | PART 6: Here are some of the antics South Africans have been getting up to in lockdown

WATCH | PART 6: 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 | 'I hope you'll find it in your hearts to fogive me', says Ndabeni-Abrahams in public apology

WATCH | 'I hope you'll find it in your hearts to fogive me', says Ndabeni-Abrahams in public apology

Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams has asked South Africa to find it in their hearts to forgive her for breaking lockdown regulations and has issued an apology to the nation.
SOLDIERS MOER RESIDENT

SOLDIERS MOER RESIDENT

SANDF roughly beating a civilian in Sebokeng
WATCH: 4 award-winning telenovelas coming to Fox Life

WATCH: 4 award-winning telenovelas coming to Fox Life

Fox Life will have a three hour slot from Monday to Friday dedicated to screening back-to-back telenovela series.
WATCH | Motsepe Foundation donates personal protective equipment for healthcare workers

WATCH | Motsepe Foundation donates personal protective equipment for healthcare workers

Minister of Health, Dr Zweli Mkhize visited the Motsepe Foundation's offices in Sandton, Johannesburg on Tuesday, to receive a donation of protective gear from the heads of the Motsepe Foundation.
WATCH | Lockdown: Welkom mayor apologises for 'boesman' remark

WATCH | Lockdown: Welkom mayor apologises for 'boesman' remark

The mayor of Welkom had to apologise for a racially offensive word used during an address to soldiers about to enforce lockdown rules in the Free State city.
WATCH | FULL SPEECH: Cyril Ramaphosa visits the National Water Command Centre in Johannesburg

WATCH | FULL SPEECH: Cyril Ramaphosa visits the National Water Command Centre in Johannesburg

President Cyril Ramaphosa visited the National Water Command Centre at Rand Water in Johannesburg on Tuesday morning.
WATCH | Some of Cape Town's homeless try and break out of lockdown tents

WATCH | Some of Cape Town's homeless try and break out of lockdown tents

A group of homeless people made a break for it on Tuesday after deciding not to live in a tent in Strandfontein erected for them to wait out the coronavirus lockdown, which bans sleeping on pavements.
WATCH | Cape Town cleaners keep empty city streets spotless during lockdown

WATCH | Cape Town cleaners keep empty city streets spotless during lockdown

Cape Town City's cleaners has been spotted all about town, hard at work at major roads snaking between large skyscrapers, and in the small alleyways behind eateries.
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WATCH Ramaphosa defends 21-day lockdown decision, govt set for more talks

WATCH Ramaphosa defends 21-day lockdown decision, govt set for more talks

President Cyril Ramaphosa says the government will assess the effectiveness of the 21-day lockdown, which is due to end on 16 April, in the coming days.
WATCH | Ramaphosa summonses Ndabeni-Abrahams to a meeting over lockdown lunch

WATCH | Ramaphosa summonses Ndabeni-Abrahams to a meeting over lockdown lunch

President Cyril Ramaphosa has summoned Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, to a meeting to discuss a purported social media post of her having lunch with former deputy higher education minister Mduduzi Manana.
WATCH | Message of hope: Frontline worker tells SA 'everything's gonna be okay'

WATCH | Message of hope: Frontline worker tells SA 'everything's gonna be okay'

Cape Town PathCare lab messenger Margot Malander recorded a video for her Facebook friends encouraging them to stay positive amid the nationwide lockdown - as the country attempts to 'flatten the curve' of Covid-19 cases.
Smith pleased with De Kock, yet to decide on Test captain

Smith pleased with De Kock, yet to decide on Test captain

Cricket South Africa Director of Cricket Graeme Smith revealed that the Proteas have yet to decide on who the replacement for Faf du Plessis as Test captain will be and highlighted Quinton de Kock's efforts over the summer.
WATCH | PART 5: Here are some of the antics South Africans have been getting up to in lockdown

WATCH | PART 5: 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.
BUSHIRI: CASH FOR CORONA

BUSHIRI: CASH FOR CORONA

Bushiri urgues his congregants to donate ooferings during the 21 day lockdown.
PODCAST | Covid-19 Chronicles: Clock ticking for healthcare workers before Covid-19 tsunami hits SA

PODCAST | Covid-19 Chronicles: Clock ticking for healthcare workers before Covid-19 tsunami hits SA

South Africa is gearing up for the fight against Covid-19. Healthcare workers face a race against time as they prepare for the onslaught. The country has recorded less than 2 000 cases, but doctors believe the healthcare system will soon be swamped.
WATCH | 6 April: Covid-19 cases at 1 686 in SA, 12 deaths recorded

WATCH | 6 April: Covid-19 cases at 1 686 in SA, 12 deaths recorded

One more person has died from the coronavirus, as the number of positive Covid-19 cases has gone up to 1 686, an increase of 31. The death toll is now at 12.
WATCH | Drakenstein district rolls out mass coronavirus screenings

WATCH | Drakenstein district rolls out mass coronavirus screenings

On Monday morning several communities in the Western Cape received mass screening for Covid-19. This is the local governments attempte to get ahead of the outbreak.
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WATCH | Lockdown: Gauteng taxis to be disinfected every 3 days to curb the spread of Covid-19

WATCH | Lockdown: Gauteng taxis to be disinfected every 3 days to curb the spread of Covid-19

The City of Ekurhuleni has vowed to strictly ensure that all regulations relating to taxi operators are respected and implemented for the duration of the Covid-19 enforced lockdown period.