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Another cold front has brought snowfall, low temperatures and windy conditions to parts of the Northern Cape, with excited residents taking videos to mark the occasion.
A snap assessment of life on a busy Cape Town main road revealed 100% mask compliance, by hundreds of people of every description. Except for one man, who couldn't find his mask.
Dan Plato, mayor of Cape Town, and ward 19 councillor, Ebrahim Sawant, organised hundreds of food parcels for the most vulnerable in the Kuilsriver community and surrounds. The parcels will be distributed in the area over the next few days.
Residents of Gugulethu have received mattresses and hygiene products from Gift of the Givers after heavy storms swept through the Western Cape.
Two men have been arrested for the attempted murder and armed robbery of a security guard at a petrol station in Brixton, Johannesburg.
The Kogelberg fishing community, supported by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) South Africa, helped in the gathering of information for a landmark South African shark study.
Residents of Cape Town, came out in their numbers to catch a glimpse of the gale force winds and unusually foamy streets.
Debonairs Pizza issued verbal warnings to staff at the Tsakane Mall branch, east of Johannesburg, who were recorded by a customer not wearing masks while working.
A strong storm has lashed Cape Town overnight as the city receives reports of trees being uprooted and even one school's structures being blown over by strong winds.
In Strand, at Nomzamo High School, temporary classroom structures were seen completely destroyed by the strong winds. Prefabricated buildings were lifted by the squalls and turned upside-down, including an ablution facility.
President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday announced that taxis undertaking local trip will be permitted to increase their capacity to 100%. Restrictions are still in place for long-distance trips, and subject to new protocols.
WATCH | Moving back to Level 4 or 5 will not necessarily reduce rate of transmission now - Ramaphosa
The National Coronavirus Command Council and Cabinet have considered returning all or parts of the country to a higher alert level, either to level 4 or level 5 President Cyril Ramaphosa said in an address to the nation on Sunday 12 July.
Parks will now be open for exercise, but not for any form of gathering and all auctions will be permitted. This, because these activities pose a lower risk of infection and are important for economic or educational purposes.
President Cyril Ramaphosa in an address on Sunday evening said in order to reduce the rate of transmission, the wearing of cloth masks would be made mandatory.
While the country will remain on Level 3 of the lockdown regulations, the sale and distribution of alcohol was immediately banned. In addition, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that a curfew from 21:00 to 04:00 would take effect from Monday.
An intense cold front turned parts of the Western Cape highlands into a winter wonderland thanks to widespread snow on the weekend. Hundreds of people waited in long queues to play in the snow in the Matroosberg Nature Reserve on Saturday.
Gauteng has officially overtaken the Western Cape as the country's coronavirus hotspot with the highest number of cases cumulatively, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize announced late on Wednesday.
An emotional Edmund Felix, spoke to News24 about his journey after contracting Covid-19. The correctional official who works at the Warmbokkeveld Correctional Facility, attributed his recovery to his strong faith.
Johannesburg Zoo's beloved silverback gorilla, Makokou turned 35 on Thursday and he had plenty to celebrate this year. He is recovering well from a three-hour surgery to remove polyps in his congested nasal passages last month.