De Kock reflects on Warner Kingsmead incident: We have moved on

De Kock reflects on Warner Kingsmead incident: We have moved on

Proteas captain Quinton de Kock insists that he and Australian batsman David Warner have moved on from their altercation two years ago in a ferociously contested Test series that culminated in the ball-tampering scandal.
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43 more Covid-19 deaths bring South Africa's fatalities to 524, while infections stand at 24 264 and recoveries at 12 741, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize announced on Tuesday.
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WATCH | Ladles of love: a food charity's journey from donations to the hungry

WATCH | Ladles of love: a food charity's journey from donations to the hungry

"It's miraculous." This is how the founder of food charity Ladles of Love has described the generosity of donors, and the Herculean effort by his team, to deliver almost a quarter of a million meals to the hungry.
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WATCH | Ramaphosa green lights religious gatherings under Level 3

WATCH | Ramaphosa green lights religious gatherings under Level 3

President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that religious gatherings of no more that 50 people will be allowed when the country shifts to lockdown Level 3 next week.
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WATCH | Let is snow: Sutherland experiences first snow of 2020

WATCH | Let is snow: Sutherland experiences first snow of 2020

The sleepy Karoo town of Sutherland woke up to its very first snow of the year. Hanru and Hardus du Plessis, age four and five, were particularly excited as they watched the snowflakes fall from the sky.
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WATCH | Dlamini-Zuma doubles down on cigarette ban

WATCH | Dlamini-Zuma doubles down on cigarette ban

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma stuck to her guns on the medical reasons for the cigarette ban during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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WATCH | CTICC transformed into biggest dedicated Covid-19 hospital in Africa

WATCH | CTICC transformed into biggest dedicated Covid-19 hospital in Africa

Western Cape Premier Alan Winde on Tuesday conducted a walk-through of the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC), which has been repurposed as a field hospital to assist medical facilities in the province amid the coronavirus crisis.
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WATCH | 25 May: Another 52 Covid-19 deaths recorded; infections rise by 1 032

WATCH | 25 May: Another 52 Covid-19 deaths recorded; infections rise by 1 032

There are now 23 615 cases of Covid-19 after 1 032 new infections. The death toll is at 481 and the recovery rate at 11 917, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize announced in a statement.
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WATCH | Feisty farewell: Mamba gives handler a fright before being set free

WATCH | Feisty farewell: Mamba gives handler a fright before being set free

Durban snake handler Nick Evans and his friend Carl Schloms got a bit of a fright while releasing a black mamba back into the wild - the snake decided to give them a feisty farewell.
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WATCH | 'We don't want a generation that will lose the academic programme because of Covid' - Lesufi

WATCH | 'We don't want a generation that will lose the academic programme because of Covid' - Lesufi

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WATCH | A look inside the CTICC as it gets converted into field hospital

WATCH | A look inside the CTICC as it gets converted into field hospital

On Cape Town's Heerengracht Street on Monday, long strings of new hospital beds were seen being wheeled into the CTICC. The site is being converted into a new emergency field hospital.
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WATCH | 24 May: Covid-19 death toll rises to 429 as SA gears up for Level 3 lockdown

WATCH | 24 May: Covid-19 death toll rises to 429 as SA gears up for Level 3 lockdown

In his address on Sunday President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that there are 22 583 cases of coronavirus, but there are just over 11 000 active cases. Of the active cases, there are 842 patients in hospital, 128 of them in ICU.
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WATCH | Level 3: All health services fully opened to prevent emergence of other health crises

WATCH | Level 3: All health services fully opened to prevent emergence of other health crises

On Sunday night, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the opening of all health services to prevent other health crises.
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WATCH | Lockdown Level 3: Whole of SA will be lowered as of 1 June

WATCH | Lockdown Level 3: Whole of SA will be lowered as of 1 June

After nearly 60 days of tough Covid-19 lockdown restrictions, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced a drop to Level 3, bringing a significant easing of measures to combat the deadly pandemic.
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WATCH | You can buy booze and exercise freely under Level 3 but cigarettes still banned

On Sunday night, President Cyril Ramaphosa dropped the three-hour exercise limit. Under Level 3, South Africans will be able to exercise at any time of the day, as long as it's not in large groups.
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WATCH | L3: Retail to be opened; hairdressing, air travel and sporting activities still prohibited

WATCH | L3: Retail to be opened; hairdressing, air travel and sporting activities still prohibited

Wholesale and retail trade will be fully opened under lockdown Level 3, but various "high-risk economic activities" like domestic air travel, conferences, events, sporting activities, hairdressing and beauty services will remain prohibited.
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WATCH | 23 May: 10 more Covid-19 deaths and 1 218 new cases reported

WATCH | 23 May: 10 more Covid-19 deaths and 1 218 new cases reported

As of today, the total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in South Africa is 21 343. This is an increase of 1 218 cases. There have been 10 new Covid-19 related deaths, bringing the total national deaths to 407.
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WATCH | Level 2: All first-years and students who need laboratory and technical equipment to return

WATCH | Level 2: All first-years and students who need laboratory and technical equipment to return

Once the country reaches Level 2, two-thirds of the student population will be allowed back.
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WATCH | Only 33% of student population allowed to return to campus under lockdown Level 3

WATCH | Only 33% of student population allowed to return to campus under lockdown Level 3

Under Level 3, a maximum of 33% of students will be allowed back on campuses and in residences - as long as they can been accommodated in line with health and safety protocols.
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WATCH | NSFAS students to receive 30GB free data from June to August

WATCH | NSFAS students to receive 30GB free data from June to August

Minister of Higher Education Blade Nzimande on Saturday announced that his department has secured data bundles from various network providers to assist NSFAS students.
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