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Kayleen Morgan is a junior multimedia producer at Eyewitness News.

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Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said schooling would not resume in May in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. She said only senior officials would start working from 4 May to help with preparations, followed by school management from 11 May, and from 18 May, teachers would go in to start preparations for the resumption of schooling.

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While government planned for the homeless to be moved to shelters during the coronavirus lockdown, those living in the centre of Johannesburg say those shelters defeat the purpose because of overcrowding, no social distancing and no assistance for those addicted to drugs.

SANDF in Alex: We're not here to kill anyone

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Mass screenings and testing for COVID19 are being rolled out across the country, especially in the areas where the most vulnerable live… the townships. "Wash your hands, stay calm, social distance and get screened for COVID19." These are the messages from healthcare workers at the front line of flattening the curve in SA.

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Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula on Wednesday said his department had conducted an assessment of measures that were put in place to stop the spread of the coronavirus and consulted with the taxi industry on ways to better them. These measures include an additional hour of operation added to the initial lockdown times.

Zandspruit on COVID-19: 'Life goes on, no one cares for us'

There's nothing enjoyable about staying in a small-roomed structure made of corrugated iron for 21-days while left in despair about how you're going to pay the next month's rent. This is the reality for many South Africans living in informal settlements. Residents from Zandspruit informal settlement walked the streets and listened to music on the first day of the national lockdown. They say government never cared for their issues in the past and wouldn't care about them if they got infected with the coronavirus.

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It’s day one of the government-instituted national coronavirus lockdown, but Zandspruit informal settlement residents are still walking the streets. Why? Community members have fought for simple basic services for years, and they say if government did not care about them then, they would not care now if they were hit with coronavirus.

How local artists are helping relieve SA's lockdown anxiety

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