Zimbabwe lockdown: Coffin makers included on list of essential services
Zimbabwe announced its national 21-day lockdown last week, now a list of essential services has been published in the government notice.
COVID-19: Gauteng health department pleads for protective gear donations
With more than 45% of the country's infections in Gauteng, the department said the fight against the pandemic will require a joint effort from all sectors of society.
Pink tests positive for COVID-19
Grammy award-winning artist Pink told fans in an Instagram post that she has tested positive for COVID-19 after showing symptoms of the virus.
4 out 6 coronvirus deaths in KZN treated at hard hit St Augustine’s hospital
Four of the six patients who have died from the coronavirus in KZN were treated at Netcare’s St Augustine’s hospital, which has now stopped all new admissions after 20 staff members tested positive for the virus.
Lockdown toolkit: Here's the correct way of washing your hands
If you've been washing your hands for less than 20 seconds, you've been doing it all wrong.
Police disinfecting COVID-19 ‘hotspots’ in Harare
The ZBC has shown videos of anti-riot tanks spraying disinfectant in an open space at Mbare suburb, one of Harare’s 30 potential hotspots.
LIVE: 81,000 SMMEs apply for assistance, says Ntshavheni
Minister in the economic cluster are briefing the nation on economic matters as contained in the revised lockdown regulations.
Zimbabwe bans sale of alcohol at supermarkets, liquor stores
The measure is designed to stop people congregating and drinking together during the 21-day lockdown that began on Monday to combat the spread of COVID-19.
COVID-19 quick insights from 2 April
With the country a week into its 21-day lockdown, South Africans are getting to grips with their new reality, while government has revised its regulations for the lockdown period.
BRIEFING NOTES: Day 7 of national coronavirus lockdown - 2 April 2020
Everything you need to know, daily.
Relaxed lockdown regulations: Cigarettes not sold, spaza shops must open
As of Thursday, the number of coronavirus infections in the country were at 1,462 with five confirmed deaths.
Conservation efforts lead to rise in black rhino numbers
The International Union for Conservation of Nature report that black rhino numbers have risen from about 2,000 in the 1990s to the current level of 5,600.
SAA agrees to provide repatriation charter flights to various countries
In a statement, the airline said that the first of these chartered flights would be for the repatriation of German citizens to their home country.
COVID-19 quick insight from 1 April 2020
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize was pleased that the number of COVID-19 infections were lower than expected but warned that South Africa was far from out of the woods, as he rolled out 67 mobile testing units that head out across the country.
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Cell C is not reducing its data prices, here's why
Cell C said the reduced prices from MTN and Vodacom are normal prices that it has been offering since 2018.
COVID-19 quick insight - 31 March 2020
After days of lockdown, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said that while the coronavirus infections were increasing, they were not at the level that government models had predicted.
Makhura vows to escalate COVID-19 testing in Gauteng's informal settlements
Speaking at the launch of the mass mobilisation campaign at the Setswetla informal settlement in Alexandra on Tuesday, Premier David Makhura said the program would target the most densely populated areas.