Cogta to speak to WC govt over move to allow cigarette sales during lockdown
On Thursday night, Police Minister Bheki Cele clarified that the ban on selling cigarettes was a national ban, meaning that all provinces must comply.
UCT records sixth case of coronavirus
The student tested positive in eSwatini this weekend and is receiving medical support.
CT pilates studio attracts international crowd
The lab's Jess Mandel said they were now broadcasting to about 60 people from around the world who've paid to tune in to a class.
Ravensmead CPF wants more info on lockdown rules to prevent transgressions
Police watchdog Ipid is investigating the death of a man who lived in a nearby community. They're trying to find out if police misconduct led to the Petrus Miggels' death.
FNB comes to the party with COVID-19 relief interventions
These measures are aimed at individual and business customers whose financial stability has been impacted by the virus.
'Mail and Guardian' editor pleads for support as COVID-19 suffocates business
The weekly newspaper gets about most of its income from advertising revenue which has gone up in smoke due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Advocacy group calls for financial relief for sex workers during lockdown
Advocacy group Sweat says sex workers cannot apply to the Unemployment Insurance Fund because their work is not recognised as 'work' in South Africa.
COVID-19: Most WC universities evacuated ahead of lockdown
Univeristiies across the province have chartered buses to ensure that students make their way home safely ahead of the lockdown.
Mediation process over Paarl taxi-violence to continue – Madikizela
This after a man was killed and two others wounded in taxi-related shooting at the Mbekweni train station.
Khayelitsha residents stage protest over water in CT
A resident said that without water, they were at a higher risk of contracting the coronavirus.
Refugees at CT church refuse to move despite health concerns amid coronavirus
There are now more than 100 people living inside the building which contravenes new regulations amid the coronavirus outbreak.
CT refugees instructed to vacate sidewalks, locals told to stay home
The group of refugees has been living outside the local police station after they were removed from the Central Methodist Church in the CBD last month.
Ramaphosa, national command council for COVID-19 to meet today
Presidency spokesperson Khusela Diko said the council, which is chaired by Ramaphosa, will meet to consider recommendations on economic relief measures to help mitigate the impact of coronavirus.
No sanitiser, no problem: NMU produces own hand sanitiser
The university’s Institute for Chemical Technology started production on Monday and has already made 500 litres.
COVID-19 restrictions will destroy one of my businesses - Bob's Bar owner
Bob's Bar owner, John Davidson, said he had to temporarily close his establishments, meaning at least 90 of his staff would not receive wages from this week.
Electoral Court postpones by-elections over COVID-19 outbreak
The Independent Electoral Commission approached the court with an urgent application seeking a postponement.
Stellenbosch University suspends classes due to COVID-19
All students in university accommodation must vacate their residences and are to return home during this period, while those unable to do so will be accommodated in university residences.
Face-to-face classes to continue at UWC amid COVID-19 concerns
There were no confirmed cases of the coronavirus at the institution.