Boucher sees 'unique' De Kock as long-term Proteas skipper

Boucher sees 'unique' De Kock as long-term Proteas skipper

Proteas coach Mark Boucher believes that Quinton de Kock is a long-term captaincy option as plans for the 2023 Cricket World Cup in India continue.
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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 | 'We want to help' says employee at Covid-19 drive-thru testing station

WATCH | 'We want to help' says employee at Covid-19 drive-thru testing station

HealthInsite, a corporate wellness and occupational health service provider in collaboration with Mullah Labs, have for the past week been conducting drive-thru Covid-19 tests at the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg.
Lamborghini Urus - Everything you'd expect, and more

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Prepare to get infected with 478kW and 850Nm from a twin-turbo 4.0-litre V8 - good for a 0-to-100km/h sprint in just 3.6 seconds and a top speed of 305km/h.
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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.
WATCH | Stand back! How this Cape court is coping with coronavirus rules

WATCH | Stand back! How this Cape court is coping with coronavirus rules

There was a mini scrum outside the Cape Town Magistrate's Court on Monday for a document to apply for permission to enter, in line with the justice department's coronavirus rules.
WATCH | Mixed reactions from social grant beneficiaries in Alex on first payouts during lockdown

WATCH | Mixed reactions from social grant beneficiaries in Alex on first payouts during lockdown

Elderly grant recipients living in Alexandra, north of Johannesburg, were up as early as 05:00 on Monday morning to get their monthly social grant payouts.
WATCH | Sandton SPCA calls for donations to continue their work during Covid-19 lockdown

WATCH | Sandton SPCA calls for donations to continue their work during Covid-19 lockdown

The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) in Sandton, Johannesburg, has had to cancel at least three fundraising events following the announcement by President Cyril Ramaphosa that the nation would be under lockdown for 21 days.
WATCH | MEC Maile calls on people to be responsible and 'stay at home'

WATCH | MEC Maile calls on people to be responsible and 'stay at home'

Lebogang Maile, Gauteng's MEC for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) is mostly satisfied with the rollout of social grant payouts in Tembisa, but still has concerns about the lack of physical distancing in the queues.
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WATCH | 29 March: Another death for SA as coronavirus infections rise to 1 280

WATCH | 29 March: Another death for SA as coronavirus infections rise to 1 280

The total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in the country is 1 280. This is an increase of 93 from the figure reported on Saturday.
WATCH | 148 arrested in Gauteng for gatherings, liquor trading and refusing to stay home

WATCH | 148 arrested in Gauteng for gatherings, liquor trading and refusing to stay home

Provincial police commissioner Lieutenant General Elias Mawela told the media on Sunday that, the Gauteng police have arrested 148 people and issued warnings to 25 others for failing to adhere to lockdown regulations in place since the start of the 2
WATCH | 28 March: Coronavirus infections rise to 1 187

WATCH | 28 March: Coronavirus infections rise to 1 187

A 70-year-old medical doctor in the Free State is fighting for his life in ICU suffering with the coronavirus, the Department of Health has said. The department has announced the number of cases is now at 1 187.