President Cyril Ramaphosa displayed on a television screen during a broadcast of his address to the nation. Ramaphosa announced that state schools will close for four weeks after labor unions raised concerns that they lacked proper protocols and sufficient protective equipment to keep teachers and pupils safe in the face of a surge in Covid-19 cases. Picture: Dwayne Senior/Bloomberg
President Cyril Ramaphosa displayed on a television screen during a broadcast of his address to the nation. Ramaphosa announced that state schools will close for four weeks after labor unions raised concerns that they lacked proper protocols and sufficient protective equipment to keep teachers and pupils safe in the face of a surge in Covid-19 cases. Picture: Dwayne Senior/Bloomberg
Gauteng traffic police during their Covid-19 screening and testing programme in Nasrec, Johannesburg. Picture: ANTONIO MUCHAVE/SOWETAN
Gauteng traffic police during their Covid-19 screening and testing programme in Nasrec, Johannesburg. Picture: ANTONIO MUCHAVE/SOWETAN
Gauteng traffic police during their Covid-19 screening and testing programme in Nasrec, Johannesburg. Picture: ANTONIO MUCHAVE/SOWETAN
Gauteng traffic police during their Covid-19 screening and testing programme in Nasrec, Johannesburg. Picture: ANTONIO MUCHAVE/SOWETAN
Gauteng traffic police during their Covid-19 screening and testing programme in Nasrec, Johannesburg. Picture: ANTONIO MUCHAVE/SOWETAN
Gauteng traffic police during their Covid-19 screening and testing programme in Nasrec, Johannesburg. Picture: ANTONIO MUCHAVE/SOWETAN
Gauteng traffic police during their Covid-19 screening and testing programme in Nasrec, Johannesburg. Picture: ANTONIO MUCHAVE/SOWETAN
Gauteng traffic police during their Covid-19 screening and testing programme in Nasrec, Johannesburg. Picture: ANTONIO MUCHAVE/SOWETAN
Gauteng traffic police during their Covid-19 screening and testing programme in Nasrec, Johannesburg. Picture: ANTONIO MUCHAVE/SOWETAN
Gauteng traffic police during their Covid-19 screening and testing programme in Nasrec, Johannesburg. Picture: ANTONIO MUCHAVE/SOWETAN
Gauteng traffic police during their Covid-19 screening and testing programme in Nasrec, Johannesburg. Picture: ANTONIO MUCHAVE/SOWETAN
Gauteng traffic police during their Covid-19 screening and testing programme in Nasrec, Johannesburg. Picture: ANTONIO MUCHAVE/SOWETAN

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