SA records third Covid-19 death

President Cyril Ramaphosa announces the roll-out of extensive screening programme

First confirmed Covid-19 case in Alexandra township

Controversial evangelist Angus Buchan and ACDP leader Kenneth Meshoe both have contracted the coronavirus

Local companies urged to free up protective equipment for health workers

Business SA issues an urgent call to companies to release personal protective equipment for health-sector staff battling the Covid-19 pandemic

Thirteen health workers among the infected as Covid-19 tally rises to 1,187

A total of 13 health-care workers, including 11 doctors, have been confirmed to have the coronavirus

State lab targets 36,000 coronavirus tests a day by the end of April

Laboratory service to increase the number of mobile testing sites from four to 20 in the same period

You should still be able to walk the dog and jog during lockdown, says Zweli Mkhize

‘There shouldn’t be a problem with that,’ he said, in an interview on SABC television

Please do not leave Gauteng before Covid-19 lockdown, premier David Makhura urges

Makhura says it would be a rational response to stay in Gauteng, as it has better infrastructure to treat people who become ill

SA’s Covid-19 tally rises to 709

Gauteng remains the hardest hit province with 319 reported cases

Medicines regulator warns consumers not to use malaria drug for Covid-19

SA’s medicines regulator says there is no evidence that antimalaria drug combats the coronavirus

SA’s total Covid-19 tally rises to 554

It will take time for the 21-day national lockdown  from Thursday at midnight to have an effect and reduce the spread of Covid-19, health minister Zweli Mkhize ...

Hospitals brace for Covid-19 surge

Gauteng and Western Cape take special measures as infections in SA exceed 400

State is considering 21-day lockdown to halt spread of Covid-19

Individuals would only be allowed to leave their homes under strictly controlled circumstances, such as buying food, seeking medical care or visiting a pharmacy

SA Covid-19 infections rise to 240

Eastern Cape confirms its first case of the novel coronavirus

SA Covid-19 infections jump to 202

The Free State gets its first case of the disease

Government bans price increase of masks, sanitisers, toilet paper during Covid-19 outbreak

State moves to prevent price gouging in sales of key essentials, including medical and hygiene products, toilet paper, hand sanitisers and facial masks

State laboratory service rapidly scales up Covid-19 testing

More tests at more sites expected to be available by the end of March as the government decentralises the process

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