COVID-19 cases increase to 5 350, with 103 deaths

The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in South Africa is 5 350, with 103 deaths reported. This is an increase of 354 from Tuesday. “This is the highest number of cases in a 24 hour cycle recorded to date and represents a 73% increase relative to the day before,” said Minister of Health, Dr

Mzansi records 4 793 COVID-19 cases, 90 deaths

South Africa has 4 793 confirmed cases of COVID-19, with 90 deaths as of Monday, April 27. “We regret to report a further three deaths: two from the Western Cape and one from KZN. This brings the total cumulative COVID-19 related deaths to 90,” said Health Minister, Dr Zwelini Mkhize. Among the three deceased is

Mzansi eases lockdown with alert-system

Life in South Africa will gradually begin to return to normal from next month, with government steadily easing the COVID-19 lockdown regulations, albeit under stringent stipulations. From 1 May, government will implement a risk-adjusted strategy aimed at easing the current lockdown restrictions. The decision was taken during a National Coronavirus Command Council (NCCC) meeting on

President welcomes Cuban COVID-19 medical brigade

President Cyril Ramaphosa today welcomed Cuban health professionals who have arrived in the country to support efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19. In total, 217 Cuban health specialists and workers arrived in South Africa. This followed a request made by the President to President Díaz Canel Bermúdez of Cuba. The group consists of the

Monna oa molata o tsoeroe ka Sethunya se seng molaong Evaton

By Lesego Mohlamme Nakong ena ea ho khinoa ha litshebetso tse itseng le metsamao ea batho ka hara Naha e le ho leka ho thibela ho nama ha seoa sa Coronavirus, litlolo tsa molao li ntse li etsahala seterekeng sa Sedibeng. Ho ea ka Muelli oa Sepolesa sa Evaton Captain Aubrey Moopeloa o re Sergeants

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