LIST: These are the lockdown payment holidays being offered by SA's big banks
Payment holidays are simply a freeze on commitments such as loans and bonds for a certain period. Customers who may be in a tight financial spot can opt-in or just simply carry on paying their debts as usual.
Long queues, bumper traffic: Shoppers stockpile again ahead of 21-day lockdown
Roads, malls and shops were packed on Thursday with shelves quickly being emptied.
Shoprite Group thanks employees with R102m 'appreciation bonus'
The retail giant said it was giving the bonus as a way of thanking its shopfloor and distribution centre employees for their tireless efforts to feed the nation in these 'unprecedented times'.
COVID-19: These are all the countries on lockdown
Here's a list of global coronavirus lockdowns, as of 24 March 2020.
4 apps to make working from home much easier
To help you ease into remote working, we've rounded up a list of four apps you can use on your computer and/or mobile phone.
A nation in waiting: Ramaphosa to give COVID-19 address on Monday evening
Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu provided an update on Monday morning via his Twitter account
Ramaphosa's coronavirus update to the nation postponed to Monday
The engagements were still ongoing by Sunday evening and were likely to go on into the late night.
These maps show crowded areas in Gauteng most vulnerable to coronavirus spread
Poorer communities are likely to bear the brunt of the dire health and socio-economic consequences as COVID-19 spreads.
Here's what SA retailers are doing to curb coronavirus panic buying
Eyewitness News reached out to major retailers to find out what measures they were putting in place amid the panic buying to ensure stocks were available for all shoppers.
Govt sending emergency water tanks to rural areas, informal settlements
Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has instructed her department to ensure that rural areas and informal settlements were provided with water tanks and standpipes to increase access to water for residents.
Coronavirus: Gift of Givers raising R2m to assist front-line healthcare workers
Gift of the Givers has launched its fundraiser on BackaBuddy.
UJ refutes Phindile 'hacking' story as a hoax
UJ released a statement through its Twitter account, calling the hoax "misinformation disguised as legitimate news".
'It'll be unlike any to come before it': Mashaba ready to launch political party
Former DA member Herman Mashaba has been sowing the seeds and ploughing the ground in preparation for his new movement and now it is time to let it grow.
SA black & coloured millennials have lowest university attendance - report
StatsSA's Education and Labour Market Outcomes in SA report revealed that more millennials than Generation Xers in the Indian/Asian population group attended university, while fewer millennials in the other population groups attended university institutions compared to Generation Xers.
Katherine Johnson, maths whizz who helped put 1st man on the moon, dies aged 101
In 2016, a Hollywood movie 'Hidden Figures', starring Taraji P Henson, Janelle Monae and Octavia Spencer, based on the stories of Johnson and her African American colleagues Mary Jackson and Dorothy Vaughan, was released.
Mantoa Malema will sue Boy Mamabolo for R1m if he doesn't retract abuse claims
Mantoa Malema said in the letter that the claims were abusive to her and her children.
'Wits has always been more than a job': Adam Habib bows out as VC
Adam Habib has seen some quite eventful periods during his term, most notably, the Fees Must Fall protests which were sparked back in 2015.
'You really make us proud': Ramaphosa starstruck over Zozi & Siya Kolisi at Sona
Miss Universe 2019, Zozibini Tunzi and World Cup-winning Springbok captain, Siya Kolisi, were invited as special guests to the State of the Nation Address (Sona).