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The Department of Basic Education postponed the reopening of schools by a week just hours before pupils were set to return, but Western Cape Education MEC Debbie Schäfer gave the go ahead for schools in the province to open their doors.
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Baby Grace is just a few weeks old. She was born into a world of chaos, with the country in the heart of a hard lockdown. Her mother, Tania van der Heever, is battling to make ends meet, but she believes it was her faith in God that got her through.
Cape Town-based singer Danielle Bitton is fighting breast cancer during the coronavirus pandemic, but despite her own personal battle, she's still spreading joy.
Prior to being diagnosed with Covid-19 in March, Capetonian Hector Eliott says he was not really following the story avidly. Eliott still does not know when or where he contracted the deadly virus.
Working during the Covid-19 pandemic is both exhausting and demanding, says Dr Mumtaz Abbas – but it's through these tough times that she feels she is really living her true passion.
Local snake catcher Nick Evans rescued this 2.5m black mamba, from the roof of a scrapyard storeroom on the North Coast of KwaZulu-Natal earlier this month.
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In this episode of ...One More Thing, a weekly podcast hosted by News24 senior political journalist Tshidi Madia, she chats to News24 Editor-in-Chief Adriaan Basson.
West End Primary School in the Cape Flats suburb of Lentegeur are all hands on deck to make sure their school is 'Covid-19 safe' in time for the grade 7 learners who return to school on Monday, 1 June.
Interprovincial travel will still not be allowed under Lockdown Level 3 Ministers in the National Coronavirus Command Council said during a media briefing on Thursday. Level 3 of lockdown will be implemented nationally on Monday 1 June.
While exercise will be allowed from 06:00 to 18:00 as of 1 June, Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma on Thursday said all health protocols and physical distancing should still be observed.
Minister of Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma said nobody is forced to go to church during level 3 of lockdown.
Minister of Police, Bheki Cele in a security cluster briefing on Thursday said, visiting friends and peers under lockdown Level 3 is "absolutely not allowed".
Ministers of the National Coronavirus Command Council briefed the media on Thursday afternoon on regulations relating to Level 3 of lockdown to be implemented nationally on Monday, 1.
The EFF has slammed President Cyril Ramaphosa for moving the country to Level 3 of the nationwide lockdown, along with the reopening of schools, certain sectors of the economy and churches.
EFF leader Julius Malema held a media briefing on Thursday to discuss the government's response to the easing of lockdown regulations. He questioned the sale of alcohol for home consumption, adding that houses will now be turned into night clubs
Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga says she is aware that a number of schools in different provinces may not be able to resume on-site teaching on 1 June, but expects delays to last no longer be longer than a week.
A Johannesburg-based hairdresser has resorted to doing his clients' hair on the black market, after losing his income during the Covid-19 lockdown that began on 26 March.