Kayleen Morgan

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Kayleen Morgan is a junior multimedia producer at Eyewitness News.

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Zweli Mkhize: KZN to surpass Gauteng COVID-19 infections

Speaking at an operational inspection at Nasrec quarantine and isolation centre, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said while Gauteng currently had the most COVID-19 infections, KwaZulu-Natal would soon take over due to a surge in infections.

Mbalula: Public transport windows must be 5cm open

Speaking during a media briefing by the economic cluster, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula outlined additional regulations for the transport industry during South Africa's lockdown. #Covid19SA #Taxis #FikileMbalula

During COVID-19 pandemic, who is looking after everyday health matters?

As more shops, stores and restaurants reopen under lower COVID-19 alert levels, environmental health practitioners are upping their game to ensure that everyone stays safe. EWN spent the day with a City of Cape Town environmental health practitioner who's active during the pandemic.

Refugees in SA: We want to live not just survive

WARNING: THIS VIDEO INCLUDES SCENES THAT MAY BE DISTRESSING TO SOME VIEWERS It’s been about 12 weeks since about 800 refugees set foot in this tent for the duration of the lockdown. Before then, they were camping out in the Waldorf Arcade, then at the Methodist Church on Greenmarket Square, and moved again to the streets near the Central Police Station. 20 June marked World Refugee Day, which they celebrated despite all the trauma they've endured. #WorldRefugeeDay #UN #Africa

Tshegofatso Pule's alleged killer appears in court

Muzikayise Malephane (31) was arrested on Monday while traveling from Mpumalanga. He is accused of stabbing Pule multiple times and hanging her on a tree in Durban Deep last week. She was eight months pregnant.

GALLERY: First Sunday under lockdown level 3

Pastor Pastor Paseka 'Mboro' Motsoeneng's Incredible Happenings Ministry in Katlehong is one of the first churches that opened its doors on the first Sunday of June under level 3 restrictions. Congregants were social distancing, completing the screening process and presenting identification before the service took place.

GALLERY: Soweto residents spill alcohol to avoid jail time

Under level 3 lockdown regulations, alcohol may only be sold from Monday to Thursday. Gauteng Provincial Commissioner Lt General Elias Mawela and Gauteng MEC for Community Safety Faith Mazibuko led an operation in Soweto to make sure people were complying with the new regulations but several motorists were caught with alcohol in their possession outside the designated days.