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2021 school reopening to be delayed by two weeks

Deputy Minister of Basic Education Reginah Mhaule briefed the media on Friday on the state of readiness by the Basic Education Department. The deputy minister announced that due to increased COVID-19 cases, schools had to delay reopening by two weeks.

WHO: SA to be among the first to get vaccine rollout in Africa

Dr Matshidiso Moeti, director of the WHO Regional Office for Africa, has indicated that South Africa may have to be one of the first African countries to see a vaccine rollout as soon as they are available as it could be one of the hardest hit by the second wave of COVID-19. Dr Moeti was speaking during a virtual bi-monthly media briefing, the first for the organisation for 2021.

Gauteng health facilities facing COVID-19 strain

Gauteng Premier David Makhura stressed how the province's health system is beginning to feel the strain of the second wave of COVID-19 infections. Makhura was speaking during a visit to the Steve Biko Academic Hospital in Pretoria on Monday after images of patients being treated in makeshift tents at the hospital emerged. #COVID19 #GautengHealth #SecondWave

Security to be beefed up at SA’s borders

Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi assured citizens that the department intended tightening security at the border posts ahead of people returning into the country during and after the festive season. #COVID19 #Beitbridge #HomeAffairs

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Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi addressed media on Wednesday regarding the Beitbridge congestion that lasted almost three days, where he explained that the main cause for this was trucks. #COVID19 #Beitbridge #HomeAffairs

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During an address by the National Coronavirus Command Council on Tuesday, Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma explained how restaurants and casinos may continue to operate even with the sale of alcohol banned after President Ramaphosa moved the country back to alert level 3. The minister added that beaches in all identified hotspots were to remain closed.