The learner was seen applying hand sanitiser supplied to her school on her whole body.
‘China… reserves the right to take further reactions, all consequences will be borne by Australia,’ warned Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian.
The service was attended by a couple of dozen people due to the Covid-19 regulations, with social distancing and wearing of masks observed.
Melbourne residents have been told to stay at home for six weeks after other measures to contain a spike in Covid-19 failed to prevent the virus spreading.
The South African Transport Workers Union has distanced itself from the truck strike, saying it was unclear on who made the strike call.
The department says those who tested positive for Covid-19 include the department’s head, Professor Mkhululi Lukhele. 
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It is a response by the many marginalised, poverty-stricken and hungry South Africans to a system that excludes them in all imaginable ways.

Covid-19 Northern Cape could experience virus peak in August or September – premier

Saul said there was a general concern that the low figures meant the province was not conducting enough tests.

Crime Health officials suspended after allegedly found with body parts

The two employees work at the Ermelo Hospital and the Lothair Clinic, respectively, the department said.

Government No, Mashaba, Joburg councillors aren’t giving themselves pay rises – Makhubo

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Crime Police nab murder suspect in court for another murder case

Police say the suspect is facing charges of murder in different parts of the province, one allegedly happened on 10 June and the other on 16 June.

General Bank repays pensioner after card thieves withdraw more than R13K

The pensioner, who was robbed in May, can now give a sigh of relief after the bank repaid the stolen money.

Crime Suspected robber shot and injured in Centurion

An exchange of gunfire occurred and two suspects were arrested.

Society Live: Veteran actress Mary Twala laid to rest

Watch the proceedings at the funeral of one of South Africa’s most-loved actresses.

Local News No ambulance service for Tshwane amid Covid-19 crisis

The current situation is that the Tshwane emergency services will only respond to fire, rescue and humanitarian incidents as and when they are reported.

World US infections top three million as Trump begins WHO pullout

Coronavirus infections in the United States topped the three million mark Wednesday, as President Donald Trump began withdrawing the country from the World Health Organization.

World ‘Red hat off’: White House hopeful Kanye West breaks with Trump

Kanye West believes God told him to run for president, the rapper reveals in an interview published Wednesday in which he claims no longer to support Donald Trump and voices doubt over Democrat challenger Joe Biden’s ability to unite black voters.

World Japan rescuers battle to reach thousands trapped by floods

Japanese emergency services and troops were scrambling on Thursday to reach thousands of homes cut off by devastating flooding and landslides that have killed dozens and caused widespread damage.

Eish! Meet Buckwheat, the donkey you can hire to crash Zoom meetings

The coronavirus pandemic has led millions of people to embrace meetings via Zoom, but admittedly, those can be as tedious as in-person conferences.

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