St Benedict's top Gr 12 student, Karl Etsebeth.

St Benedict's top Gr 12 student, Karl Etsebeth.

St Benedict's top Gr 12 student, Karl Etsebeth, scooped up eight distinctions and an enviable average of 92.6% and is ranked on the IEB's Commendable Achievers List.
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WATCH | FULL SPEECH: Cyril Ramaphosa visits the National Water Command Centre in Johannesburg

WATCH | FULL SPEECH: Cyril Ramaphosa visits the National Water Command Centre in Johannesburg

President Cyril Ramaphosa visited the National Water Command Centre at Rand Water in Johannesburg on Tuesday morning.
WATCH Ramaphosa defends 21-day lockdown decision, govt set for more talks

WATCH Ramaphosa defends 21-day lockdown decision, govt set for more talks

President Cyril Ramaphosa says the government will assess the effectiveness of the 21-day lockdown, which is due to end on 16 April, in the coming days.
WATCH | Ramaphosa summonses Ndabeni-Abrahams to a meeting over lockdown lunch

WATCH | Ramaphosa summonses Ndabeni-Abrahams to a meeting over lockdown lunch

President Cyril Ramaphosa has summoned Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, to a meeting to discuss a purported social media post of her having lunch with former deputy higher education minister Mduduzi Manana.
Smith pleased with De Kock, yet to decide on Test captain

Smith pleased with De Kock, yet to decide on Test captain

Cricket South Africa Director of Cricket Graeme Smith revealed that the Proteas have yet to decide on who the replacement for Faf du Plessis as Test captain will be and highlighted Quinton de Kock's efforts over the summer.
WATCH | 6 April: Covid-19 cases at 1 686 in SA, 12 deaths recorded

WATCH | 6 April: Covid-19 cases at 1 686 in SA, 12 deaths recorded

One more person has died from the coronavirus, as the number of positive Covid-19 cases has gone up to 1 686, an increase of 31. The death toll is now at 12.
WATCH | Drakenstein district rolls out mass coronavirus screenings

WATCH | Drakenstein district rolls out mass coronavirus screenings

On Monday morning several communities in the Western Cape received mass screening for Covid-19. This is the local governments attempte to get ahead of the outbreak.
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WATCH | Lockdown: Gauteng taxis to be disinfected every 3 days to curb the spread of Covid-19

WATCH | Lockdown: Gauteng taxis to be disinfected every 3 days to curb the spread of Covid-19

The City of Ekurhuleni has vowed to strictly ensure that all regulations relating to taxi operators are respected and implemented for the duration of the Covid-19 enforced lockdown period.
WATCH | 5 April: SA now has 11 deaths as Covid-19 infections increase to 1 655

WATCH | 5 April: SA now has 11 deaths as Covid-19 infections increase to 1 655

The total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases is 1 655 - an increase of 70 from the Saturday, Minister of Health Zweli Mkhize announced in a statement on Sunday night.
WATCH | 4 April: 9 confirmed deaths, 1 585 positive cases of coronavirus in South Africa

WATCH | 4 April: 9 confirmed deaths, 1 585 positive cases of coronavirus in South Africa

South Africa now has 1585 cases of coronavirus infections, and nine confirmed deaths, health minister Zweli Mkhize said in a statement on Saturday. 53 937 tests have been done.
WATCH | Race against time to complete temporary shelter for 2 000 homeless people in Cape Town

WATCH | Race against time to complete temporary shelter for 2 000 homeless people in Cape Town

The urgent construction of a massive Covid-19 temporary shelter is under way to house more than 2 000 homeless people in Cape Town.
WATCH | Small businesses in Soweto feeling the pinch of coronavirus lockdown

WATCH | Small businesses in Soweto feeling the pinch of coronavirus lockdown

Orlando West in Soweto, was once a hive of activity filled with tourists and Sowetans is now a distant memory amid the 21-day lockdown. News24 visited the largest township to gauge how the lockdown amid Covid-19 is affecting small businesses.
WATCH | 3 April: Death toll rises to seven, number of positive cases at 1505

WATCH | 3 April: Death toll rises to seven, number of positive cases at 1505

Health Minister Zweli Mkhize announced the number of positive cases has risen to 1 505. The death toll remains at seven, but it is suspected that two more people have died from the virus in KwaZulu-Natal.
WATCH | Devastation of Covid-19 is far worse than the cost of testing people - Zweli Mkhize

WATCH | Devastation of Covid-19 is far worse than the cost of testing people - Zweli Mkhize

Health Minister Zweli Mkhize and Western Cape MEC of Health Nomafrench Mbombo visited Khayelitsha hospital on Friday afternoon.
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WATCH | Plans in motion to move thousands from Dunoon, but some residents say they won't go

WATCH | Plans in motion to move thousands from Dunoon, but some residents say they won't go

The Western Cape government plans on moving thousands of people, living in informal settlements, to temporary sites. The move is part of the City's plan to space people out and prevent a surge in Covid-19 infections.
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WATCH | Number of confirmed cases increase to 1 462, while global infections reach 1 million

WATCH | Number of confirmed cases increase to 1 462, while global infections reach 1 million

South Africa recorded 82 new cases of coronavirus on 2 April, bringing the total to 1 462. Worldwide coronavirus cases hit 1 million, the AFP has reported. It also reported that the death toll stood at 51 364 as of Thursday evening.
WATCH | Refugees moved from Methodist church, relocated to marquee

WATCH | Refugees moved from Methodist church, relocated to marquee

On Thursday a large group of refugees were evicted from the Methodist Church of Southern Africa in Cape Town.
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WATCH | How Covid-19 drive-thru testing station is helping to 'flatten the curve'

WATCH | How Covid-19 drive-thru testing station is helping to 'flatten the curve'

HealthInsite, a corporate wellness and occupational health service provider, in collaboration with Mullah Labs, have since 26 March been conducting drive-thru Covid-19 tests at the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg.
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WATCH | Mkhize intensifies the fight against coronavirus, launches 60 new mobile testing units

WATCH | Mkhize intensifies the fight against coronavirus, launches 60 new mobile testing units

Health Minister Zweli Mkhize launched 60 new mobile coronavirus testing units on Wednesday. The vans are brand new Mercedes Benz Sprinters and are fully kitted to conduct testing.
WATCH | 1 April: Health Ministry confirms 1 380 cases, no rise in coronavirus death toll

WATCH | 1 April: Health Ministry confirms 1 380 cases, no rise in coronavirus death toll

Health minister Zweli Mkhize announced on Wednesday that South Africa's positive Covid-19 cases stood at 1 380 - an increase of 27 cases from Tuesday.
WATCH | Mixed reactions from homeless to Cape Town's new lockdown shelter

WATCH | Mixed reactions from homeless to Cape Town's new lockdown shelter

Nestled under the Nelson Mandela boulevard overpass, on the foreshore the City of Cape Town have sent up a temporary homeless shelter.
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WATCH | Alexandra residents get screened and tested for Covid-19

WATCH | Alexandra residents get screened and tested for Covid-19

The Gauteng department of health embarked on mass screenings and tests for the resident of Stjwetla in Alexandra township on Tuesday, after nine people were placed under quarantine.
WATCH | Cape Town elderly desperately wait hours for grant money

WATCH | Cape Town elderly desperately wait hours for grant money

On Monday morning a group of pensioners grew increasingly frustrated as they waited hours for their Sassa grants in Mitchell's Plain. A line stretching more than a hundred meters snaked around the Shoprite store in the Town Centre.
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WATCH | 30 March: Coronavirus claims third victim in SA

WATCH | 30 March: Coronavirus claims third victim in SA

President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that three people have died so far from the coronavirus. The president was addressing the nation on Monday night. He, however, did not provide details on the deaths.