COVID-19 death toll rises to 18 in SA, cases at 1,845
In a statement released on Wednesday night, the minister said the cases had gone up to 1,845.
Zimbabwe mulls re-opening hotels as coronavirus isolation hubs
A number of chains have closed their hotels countrywide as tourist arrivals have plummeted in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
How employers can help parents working from home with kids
Creative parenting expert, Nikki Bush, looks at what employers and team leaders need to take into account when assigning work over this period.
Dis-Chem launches drive-through testing for COVID-19
The company said these stations would be situated in parking areas at a number of centres throughout the country where its stores are located.
Ramaphosa places Ndabeni-Abrahams on special leave for breaking lockdown rules
The president expressed his disapproval of the minister's actions, saying that her actions undermined the requirement that all citizens stay at home during the lockdown.
COVID-19 quick insights from 7 April
South Africa's coronavirus deaths increase to 13, infections to 1,749; joint custody amended for lockdown; Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams in trouble for breaching lockdown regulations; tourism sector relief and fake news prosecutions.
Ramaphosa must take strong action against Ndabeni-Abrahams - DA
The Democratic Alliance is calling for action after a picture emerged on social media of the minister having lunch with former African National Congress (ANC) MP Mduduzi Manana despite the national lockdown.
Lockdown toolkit: How those in need can access Sassa food parcels
Social relief of distress exists as a temporary provision of assistance intended for persons in such a dire material need that they are unable to meet their families’ most basic needs.
Lockdown toolkit: What you need to know should you test positive for COVID-19
Here's your toolkit on what to do should you test positive for the coronavirus.
COVID-19 quick insights from 6 April
South Africa reports 12th coronavirus death as mass testing begins in the Western Cape and the WHO gives clarity on the wearing of masks.
SAMA fights compulsory quarantine of Limpopo doctors, COVID-19 patients
The province has resolved to do the same with anyone else who tests positive, citing living conditions in the province.
Survey: Zim lockdown poses challenges for raw material imports
A survey by the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries paints a grim picture for businesses that were already struggling before this latest public health crisis.
'The trouble did rush on us': M&G editor on paper's dire financial situation
In a tweet posted on 27 March, Mail & Guardian editor Khadija Patel appealed for the public to help out by subscribing to the paper.
Cele's 'ban alcohol' comments leave bitter taste for some
In an interview with City Press, Police Minister Bheki Cele suggested that alcohol sales be shut down even after the lockdown.
KZN couple, wedding guests spend night in custody after breaking lockdown rules
They were handcuffed during the wedding ceremony in Hlabisa on Sunday.
COVID-19 quick insights from 5 April
Eleven people have died of the coronavirus in South Africa and the country now has 1,655 confirmed cases. While the numbers aren’t as high as was expected, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said that this could be the calm before the storm as the numbers increased.
Treasury set to take R19bn loan from New Development Bank to fight COVID-19
South Africa was dealt the latest ratings blow on Friday, when Fitch placed the country two notches into junk.
SA’s COVID-19 infections now at 1,655, with 11 confirmed deaths
The total number of COVID-19 tests conducted to date were 56,873, which was an increase of 2,936 from those reported on Saturday.