Perhaps even more shocking is the amount of people who claim that nothing can stop them from visiting their families, and possibly spreading the disease.
This year’s Human Rights Day comes as the world is grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic.
As a health precaution amid the coronavirus pandemic, the CoCT will temporarily suspend new water restrictions. Other debt management actions continue.
Two pupils at Brandwag Primary School in Bloemfontein came into direct contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case.
While South African schools remain closed during the Covid-19 pandemic, Curro Holdings, the country’s largest independent education provider, has announced that its schools are equipped for learning to continue via a virtual and remote learning strategy.
South Africa’s first coronavirus patient, plus one other, have been discharged and are back in their respective homes.
The MSC Orchestra returned from a five-day cruise on Friday, carrying more than 3 000 passengers.
The Katlehong community tipped the health department off about a church that failed to comply with COVID-19 prevention measures.
Only South Africans will be allowed to disembark international flights grounded at OR Tambo International Airport.
The KZN health MEC has reportedly rejected requests by four COVID-19 positive patients to be allowed to self-isolate at home.
Australia’s Super Rugby franchise will play in a new domestic competition played behind closed doors.
PSL fixtures have been suspended indefinitely with growing concerns over the coronavirus.
A total of 1 243 German passengers were aboard the AIDAmira, quarantined off the coast of Cape Town after a crew member presented COVID-19 symptoms.
Durban has banned swimming at the beachfront and closed all public swimming pools as part of measures to limit the spread of COVID-19 in the city.
BMW’s temporary shutdown may be a precursor for more, as automakers around the world cut back on production.
The health minister has reassured citizens that government is doing everything in its power to mitigate the spread.
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Health Minister Zweli Mkhize has told doctors that he expects the number of COVID-19 infections in South Africa to reach 200 by Friday.
Venice hasn’t seen clear canal water in a very long time…Nature just hit the reset button on us.
SANParks have updated the public on its plans on how to stay open and safe during the coronavirus outbreak.
The Wales international has opted to stay in South Africa rather than return home in the knowledge that he would not be able to return to complete his contract due to COVID-19 travel bans.
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Formula 1 is on its summer break, voting to take it early in order to free up August for racing.
The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway Company confirmed on Wednesday, 18 March 2020 that it would be closed to all visitors.
On Wednesday 18 March, Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula issued a ban on passengers liners entering South Africa.