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New world order will emerge on the other side of the Covid-19 pandemic
The pandemic is exposing the folly of investing more in weapons of war than health and education, and experts say the countries handling the disease most effectively will emerge as the ones to emulate following the pandemic.
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GALLERY: Nyaope addicts in Tshwane dumped in stadium in the agonies of withdrawal
Some last had the hard drug five days ago, when the country went into lockdown in a bid to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Thirteen people are currently in hospital, with three patients being treated in ICU.
The transport minister signed new regulations on Monday raising the limit on the number of passengers in minibuses from 50% to 70%, as demanded by Santaco.
‘This crisis has thrown into sharp relief the deadly consequences of corruption,’ David Lewis said on releasing the NPO’s annual report.
Pandor said she doesn’t believe this number fully reflects everyone who needs assistance. 
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Pensioners queue for hours to receive grants in the middle of a pandemic
Millions of social grant beneficiaries have been forced to brave long queues in the midst of a national lockdown. We spoke to some of the recipients at one of Alexandra’s distribution centres.
The complaints are under investigation, with accused retailers given 48 hours to confirm or deny allegations.
Assupol is currently looking for each beneficiary’s next of kin in order to finalise the payment of the funeral costs to the tune of R50,000 for each pensioner.
The social development minister was updating the country on Day 5 of the 21-day lockdown.
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‘New air pollution laws will kill thousands,’ say lobby groups
The minister of environment, forestry and fisheries’ new air pollution standards allow for double the sulphur dioxide as initially agreed.
The black men and women are seen in the video being taught by a white woman on how to wash their hands as a measure to protect themselves against the virus.
Lootlove joins the weekend breakfast, ‘THE WKNDR’ with MoG.
Two videos show an apparent trend of people swearing at the police minister while stating their disregard for Covid-19 restrictions. It has not ended well for some of them.

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Why you should stay physically active during lockdown

Fitness and health Why you should stay physically active during lockdown

Exercise is often prescribed to help prevent mental ailments such as depression and anxiety.

Mgosi Castro set to leave Kaizer Chiefs?

Word coming out of Kaizer Chiefs is that talks between the club and striker Leonardo Castro have hit a deadlock.

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Don’t judge. Check yourself. Check your wallet, and then check your privilege

Columns Don’t judge. Check yourself. Check your wallet, and then check your privilege

Living from hand to mouth is a reality for many South Africans, which a 21-day lockdown won’t sweep away. 

Covid-19 Wearing masks inappropriately puts you at greater risk – health dept

This also includes face shields, aprons, goggles and gloves.

Courts Vosloorus lockdown shooting: Metro cop free for now

Ipid spokesperson Sontaga Seisa told journalists outside the court more information was needed to link the metro police officer to the murder case.

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Reopen labour centres for UIF applications – DA

Covid-19 Reopen labour centres for UIF applications – DA

This is to assist workers who want to apply for UIF during the lockdown period, with thousands expected to apply for the special Temporary Employer-Employee Relief Scheme.

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Naas’ lucky escape from potential Covid-19 infection

Rugby Naas’ lucky escape from potential Covid-19 infection

But the legendary Springbok flyhalf and pundit fears for his fellow former teammates who picked up the virus following a reunion.

World ‘I feel nothing’: virus-stricken Wuhan buries its dead

One man with a box of ashes said he was a community worker tasked with burying another man who ‘had no family left’.

Long queues for Sassa grant beneficiaries expose them to infection – Black Sash

Covid-19 Long queues for Sassa grant beneficiaries expose them to infection – Black Sash

DA says new Tshwane administrator lied about R1bn irregular expenditure

Politics DA says new Tshwane administrator lied about R1bn irregular expenditure

Hammanskraal to get water tanks to improve hygiene

Local News Hammanskraal to get water tanks to improve hygiene

Bo-Kaap family hailed for declaring oupa’s positive Covid-19 status to fight stigma

Covid-19 Bo-Kaap family hailed for declaring oupa’s positive Covid-19 status to fight stigma

Government to visit families of two social grant beneficiaries who died on Monday

Society Government to visit families of two social grant beneficiaries who died on Monday

SA’s cricket players will be spared Covid-19 pay cuts, but…

Cricket SA’s cricket players will be spared Covid-19 pay cuts, but…

Parents in essential services speak out about their fears of being on the frontlines

Being a parent Parents in essential services speak out about their fears of being on the frontlines

Covid-19: What happens after the lockdown?

Covid-19 Covid-19: What happens after the lockdown?

EFF rejects Mboweni’s ‘flirtations’ with IMF and World Bank for funds to fight Covid-19

Business News EFF rejects Mboweni’s ‘flirtations’ with IMF and World Bank for funds to fight Covid-19

Limpopo mob burns rape suspect to death

Crime Limpopo mob burns rape suspect to death

KZN call centre CEO arrested for allegedly making employees work during lockdown

Crime KZN call centre CEO arrested for allegedly making employees work during lockdown

SAHRC reminds army, police of ‘fundamental human rights’ during lockdown

Society SAHRC reminds army, police of ‘fundamental human rights’ during lockdown

Lady Zamar vows to go makeup-free during lockdown

Celebrities Lady Zamar vows to go makeup-free during lockdown

Home Affairs to continue offering essential services

Covid-19 Home Affairs to continue offering essential services

South Africa’s Covid-19 lockdown: cigarettes and outdoor exercise could ease the tension

Covid-19 South Africa’s Covid-19 lockdown: cigarettes and outdoor exercise could ease the tension

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