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After days of speculation, President Cyril Ramaphosa revealed on Thursday that the 21-day nationwide lockdown would be extended by an additional two weeks. Listen.
President Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday announced that the number of positive cases in South Africa has increased to 1 934.
President Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday announced that the 21 day nationwide lockdown, to curb the spread of the deadly novel coronavirus, would be extended by an additional two weeks.
President Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday, in a national address, said that he, the deputy president and cabinet ministers will all take a one-third salary cut for the next three months. This money will be donated to the Solidarity Fund.
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The MMC for Environment, Infrastructure and Services in Johannesburg, Mpho Moerane along with ADreach and SDI Force on Thursday donated about 300 food parcels to waste pickers at Innesfree park in Sandton.
Manager of the SA Army Foundation, Angel Ramphele, provided goodie bags for members of the South African National Defence Force on Thursday in Johannesburg.
On Friday morning President Cyril Ramaphoa visited the Department of Health's Covid-19 Information Centre in Pretoria.
News24 has had an exclusive look at the Cape Town Stadium site where up to 6 000 foreign tourists are due to be processed before returning home safely.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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