Over 60 German tourists quarantined after 1 tests positive in Gauteng
Forty-seven Germans are currently at a private health facility in the province, while others are isolated at another facility.
Ruben Niyogeshimi, a car guard in Joburg, gets help from good Samaritans
Terence and Nicola Whitehead were touched by Niyogeshimi's desperate plea for help and they've stepped in to lessen the financial burden, at least for now.
COVID-19: ‘I regret being here’ – foreign national car guard wishes to leave SA
Ruben Niyogeshimi arrived in the country three years ago with his family from Burundi.
Attention: Soldiers taking up positions but ‘not yet’ deployed
The army will be deployed by the commander in chief President Cyril Ramaphosa in line with the State of Disaster Act.
Car guards & waiters among many citizens worried about life during lockdown
The lockdown is aimed at stopping the spread of the coronavirus, which has infected more than 700 people in South Africa.
As SA's COVID-19 cases hit 709, Gauteng accounts for more than 50% of cases
Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize announced this on Wednesday morning that the number of coronavirus cases in South Africa had risen to 709.
COVID-19: Netcare Group restricts visiting hours at hospitals
The new regulations at the Netcare Group hospitals came into effect on Wednesday morning.
Taxis, e-hailing services will not be operating during lockdown: Mbalula
Speaking on the Radio702 on Wednesday morning, Mbalula confirmed government was looking at special time slots during which taxis would be allowed to transport essential services staff to and from work.
Essential services workers plead with the public to obey lockdown rules
There are now 709 confirmed cases in South Africa, but some people have already recovered.
COVID-19 cases in SA jump to 709 overnight
The minister is yet to give the exact details of where these cases are and the state of those patients.
Stringent measures must be enforced at old age homes, says Minister Zulu
It was proven by scientists that the elderly and those with underlying health conditions were the most vulnerable when treating COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus.
Learner stabbed to death in Bedfordview
Police say the boy was stabbed multiple times on Tuesday.
SA COVID-19 cases surpass 100 to reach 116
In a statement released on Wednesday morning, the minister confirmed 31 new cases since the last update overnight.
Concern over coronavirus infections among children
Social Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu said several extra measures were being taken to prevent children and the elderly from contracting the virus.
SA now has a total of 85 cases of coronavirus
In an overnight update from Health Minister Zweli Mkhize, government confirmed 23 new infections, eight of which were local transmissions.
Masuku: Gauteng's COVID-19 patients recovering well
Gauteng Health MEC Dr Bandile Masuku said he expected the number of COVID-19 cases to spike before it would stabilise next week.
China says it's ready to help SA fight spread of COVID-19
The Chinese embassy in Pretoria said that the country stood ready to help South Africa within its capacity during the state of disaster declared by President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Consumers urged to spend wisely after scenes of coronavirus panic buying
Debt Rescue's Niel Roets said many people didn't have the budget to pay for the extra expenses and ended up swiping their credit cards.