WATCH | Clapping and cheers echo through city as Capetonians thank SA's essential staff

WATCH | Clapping and cheers echo through city as Capetonians thank SA's essential staff

At 20:00 sharp, almost like clockwork, appreciative cheers and clapping can be heard across many a neighbourhood in the country, as South Africans give their thanks to those working on the frontlines during the lockdown.
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WATCH | Feisty farewell: Snake gives handler a fright before being set free

Durban snake handler, Nick Evans and friend Carl Schloms got a bit of a fright while releasing a black mamba back into the wild.
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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

Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi on Monday said he did not want children to lose out on the academic programme because of Covid-19.
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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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"I'M HEALING NOW"

"I'M HEALING NOW"

Anna Tshabalala says she is at peace because she was able to see her mothers' resting place despite not seeing her for the past three years.
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"I'M HEALING NOW"

"I'M HEALING NOW"

Anna Tshabalala says she is at peace because she was able to see her mothers' resting place despite not seeing her for the past three years.
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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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PODCAST | Me & My unplanned pregnancy

PODCAST | Me & My unplanned pregnancy

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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

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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WATCH | 'Stop ignoring us' - Cape Town's homeless community pleads with City to hear their demands

WATCH | 'Stop ignoring us' - Cape Town's homeless community pleads with City to hear their demands

A row of domed tents and bundles of mattresses were laid out under a highway that runs between Cape Town's harbour and its CBD on Friday, as the fate of a group of homeless people who left the Strandfontein Covid-19 shelter remains uncertain.
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WATCH | Cape Town homeless group face uncertain future in tents under bridge

WATCH | Cape Town homeless group face uncertain future in tents under bridge

On Thursday evening hundreds of homeless people were bussed back to the CBD. The group was relocated from Strandfontein which is being decommissioned. Left to fend for themselves with no food or water the group is calling on the public for help.
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WATCH | Husband's long repatriation journey ends with teary reunion with his wife

WATCH | Husband's long repatriation journey ends with teary reunion with his wife

For Matthew Kalil, the long 14 000km journey through repatriation, quarantine and a long trip cross-country to be reunited with his wife would only ever end in emotion and happy tears.
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WATCH | 22 May: 28 more deaths as cases jump to 20 125

WATCH | 22 May: 28 more deaths as cases jump to 20 125

The Covid-19 death toll has hit 397 - the Health Department said on Friday evening. The number of cases now sits at 20 125, an increase of 988.
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WATCH | Bheki Cele announces drop in GBV cases, urges public to report crimes to police

WATCH | Bheki Cele announces drop in GBV cases, urges public to report crimes to police

Police Minister Bheki Cele dismissed claims of a rise in GBV cases as reported in the media.
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WATCH | Cops to be probed after woman forced into police van released without charge

WATCH | Cops to be probed after woman forced into police van released without charge

Police officers are to be probed after a Cape Town woman who was forcibly arrested by police during the morning "exercise window" was later released, as "detectives could find no basis for her to be charged".
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WATCH | Cele says smokers will need to prove when and where they bought their cigarettes

WATCH | Cele says smokers will need to prove when and where they bought their cigarettes

Police Minister Bheki Cele at a media briefing on Friday reiterated that the transportation of alcohol is not allowed under the lockdown regulations. You are also allowed to to smoke cigarettes at your home, if it has been there.
PODCAST |...ONE MORE THING: Mkhize vs Gray - politicking in lab coats & Ramaphosa's teetering allies

PODCAST |...ONE MORE THING: Mkhize vs Gray - politicking in lab coats & Ramaphosa's teetering allies

In the tenth episode of ...One More Thing, a weekly podcast anchored by News24 political journalist Tshidi Madia, she chats to analyst Khaya Sithole.
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MOTORISTS IN STREET FIGHT!

MOTORISTS IN STREET FIGHT!

The two men who appeared to be colleagues from a construction company were together in the white double cab van which pulled over next to the SunTeam's car.
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