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.
Ex-WC ANC chairperson Marius Fransman tests positive for COVID-19
He advised anyone whose came into contact with him over the last month to also get checked out.
COVID-19: 5 deaths and 1,353 cases across SA
As of 31 March 2020, South Africa now has 1,353 coronavirus cases and has recorded five deaths.
It's a criminal offence to force non-essential employees to work during lockdown
So far, there are 1,326 confirmed cases of coronavirus and three deaths in the country.
COVID-19 outbreak in SA's townships spells trouble, says health expert
Dr Jo Barnes, from the department of global health at Stellenbosch University, says given our already crippled healthcare system, we’re in deep trouble if COVID-19 is not contained.
Family of Khayelitsha coronavirus patient relocated to 'isolated space'
Western Cape Premier Alan Winde said officials are currently testing the patient's family members and trying to track down the long list of people he came into contact with.
GALLERY: Day 4 of lockdown from the skies
Day 4 of the lockdown saw parts of Gauteng busy with activity. Long queues could be seen at shopping centres from the skies. Today, Sassa beneficiaries could also receive payments at pay points. Pictures: Claude Oberholzer
Coronavirus dos and don'ts: 30 March
As South Africa emerges from its first weekend under the coronavirus lockdown, we look back at the week that was and recap what is allowed under lockdown.
Police brutality still needs to be reported during this time - Ipid
Police watchdog Ipid said that South Africans who wanted to lodge complaints against police officers during the lockdown should do so, whether they could identify the police officer or not.
Taxi, bus restrictions relaxed for Sassa grant recipients during lockdown
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula made the announcement on Sunday to ease public transport restrictions in order to accommodate grant beneficiaries over the next few days.
SA's COVID-19 cases hit 1,280, 2 deaths recorded
As of 29 March 2020, South Africa now has 1,280 coronavirus cases and has recorded 2 deaths.
WATCH: Lockdown Day 3 -Have S. Africans adapted? Here's how day 1 and 2 unfolded
EWN brings you videos of the first two days of the national lockdown imposed by the government in the fight against the coronavirus.
‘Movement of children is prohibited’ – Zulu clarifies joint custody in lockdown
Social Services Minister Lindiwe Zulu said parents with joint custody cannot ferry their children between houses during the national lockdown.
SA’s COVID-19 cases now stand at 1,187 - with one death
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in South Africa has jumped to 1,187 the Health Department said on Saturday 28 March 2020.
Lotto Results: Saturday, 28 March 2020
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