23
Sep \
Covid latest: 126 new deaths, 1 346 more infections for South Africa
MSN South Africa
© Provided by Independent Online (IOL) Johannesburg - Health Minister Zweli Mkhize has announced 126 more Covid-19 related deaths and 1 ...


23
Sep \
Saai condemns Minister Cele’s statements
GoSouth
The statement by Minister of Police, Bheki Cele, that farmers must not complain if they get hurt is nothing but a subtle form of incitement...


23
Sep \
Coronavirus morning recap: Covid transmission, stroke scans, and 500 000 people download SA app
Health24.com
Latest science on Covid transmission; stroke scans may reveal coronavirus infection; and more than half a million South Africans have now ...


22
Sep \
SA's COVID-19 recovery rate holds steady at 89.3%
Eyewitness News
The Health Ministry says 725 new infections were picked up over the past day, pushing the number of known cases in this country to almost ...


21
Sep \
Mthembu says Ramaphosa is ‘really sick’ – but spokesman says it’s just a cold
GO express
President Cyril Ramaphosa is recovering from a common cold, his spokesperson said on Monday. Image: Esa Alexander President Cyril Ramaphosa...


21
Sep \
SA COVID-19 death toll closes on 16,000 mark
Eyewitness News
Thirteen more people have died in South Africa after contracting the coronavirus, bringing the death toll to 15,953.


21
Sep \
Coronavirus - Eswatini: COVID-19 Update ( 20th September 2020)
Nationalnewstrack - Press Release
LOBAMBA, eSwatini, September 20, 2020/APO Group/ -- Minister of Health Lizzie Nkosi's COVID19 update on 20 September 2020: New cases: 24 ...


21
Sep \
Coronavirus - South Africa: COVID-19 Update (20th September 2020)
Gospotainment
PRETORIA, South Africa, September 20, 2020/APO Group/ -- As of today, the total number of confirmed #COVID19 cases is 661 211, the total ...


20
Sep \
Retrenched South African Invents ‘Lockdown Lights’ with Strelitzia Seed Pods
My Durban
Durban in the News: Retrenched South African Invents ‘Lockdown Lights’ with Strelitzia Seed Pods: Who would have thought that something as ...


18
Sep \
SA COVID-19 death toll ticks up to 15,772 as 67 more fatalities recorded
Eyewitness News
The Health Ministry said that 2,128 new infections were picked up over the past day, pushing the number of known cases in this country to ...


18
Sep \
New testing criteria for metro area
Cape Argus - NewspaperDirect (Epaper)
THE Western Cape has revised its Covid-19 testing criteria for the Cape Town metro region. The announcement was reiterated by Department ...


17
Sep \
SPOTLIGHT: Some TB patients still required to take pills in front of witnesses
Daily Maverick
Some tuberculosis patients in South Africa are still required to take their pills in front of a healthcare worker or family member. Is this...


16
Sep \
772 new COVID-19 cases push SA infections to 651,521
Eyewitness News
The recovery rate stands at 89.5%, meaning that 583,000 people have so far recovered.


16
Sep \
Families sue for trauma!
Daily Sun
TWO families have taken legal action against the KZN Department of Health.


16
Sep \
Update on Covid-19 (15th September 2020)
SA Coronavirus
Media Statement 15 September 2020 As of today, the cumulative number of detected COVID-19 cases is 651 521 with 772 new cases identified ...


16
Sep \
Coronavirus - Eswatini: Minister of Health Lizzie Nkosi's COVID19 update on 15 September 2020
Afrique-54 PRNEWSWIRE
LOBAMBA, eSwatini, September 15, 2020/APO Group/ -- Minister of Health Lizzie Nkosi's COVID19 update on 15 September 2020: New cases: 24 ...


15
Sep \
COVID-19 Daily Update:AstraZeneca resumed COVID-19 vaccine trials in South Africa.
Full View
Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize has announced that South Africa has recorded 651 521 detected COVID-19 cases. This is an increase of 772 ...


15
Sep \
SA’s new Covid-19 cases drop further to 772
IOL
Cape Town – After the country recorded 956 new Covid-19-related cases yesterday, it dropped further to 772 on Tuesday, Health Minister ...


14
Sep \
1,579 more South Africans infected with COVID-19, recovery rate up to 88.9%
Eyewitness News
According to the Health Department, 20 people have also succumbed to the virus and the total number of fatalities is now 15,447.


14
Sep \
Funeral undertakers to strike for better working conditions, salaries
SABC News
Funeral undertakers across the country are expected to go on strike on Monday to demand improved working conditions and higher remuneration...