These SEVEN rivers in South Africa are contaminated with CHOLERA. Here is a list of the affected provinces and rivers.
The death toll from cholera in South Africa is up to 32 after a second fatality was recorded in the Free State on Thursday.
The City of Tshwane has allocated R450million to upgrade Rooiwal Water treatment plant- a process that could take three years.
The cholera outbreak has claimed 31 lives, with the majority of fatalities concentrated in Gauteng, which is home to the epicentre.
Watch news in a minute for a summary of Mpumalanga confirmed its first cholera case on Wednesday, 31 May story.
The 73-year-old woman died after being admitted to Mmametlhake Hospital with cholera symptoms. Tests later confirmed she had the disease.
The Cholera outbreak spreads to another province as two laboratory-confirmed cases are reported in North West.
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Watch news in a minute for a summary At least two more people have died of cholera in the Hammanskraal area story.
Amnesty International South Africa urges immediate intervention as a cholera outbreak claims 15 lives in Hammanskraal.
The source of a cholera outbreak in Hammanskraal, Tshwane remains a mystery as at least 15 people have died.
City of Tshwane Mayor, Cilliers Brink was chased away by angry protestors outside Jubilee Hospital in Hammanskraal.
The Cholera outbreak has affected many African countries. E.g Malawi’s current outbreak, the worst in two decades, has claimed many lives.
The Gauteng Department of Health confirmed a Cholera outbreak in Hammanskraal. Two children have died as the death toll increases.
Ten Cholera cases including one death have been recorded in the country since February. All cases were recorded in Gauteng.
ICT Minister of Namibia, Peya Mushelenga announced after Cyclone Freddy delivering decisions from the fourth cabinet meeting held this week.
According to the UN, there were over 19 000 confirmed cases of cholera reported across eight of Mozambique’s provinces.