12.7.2020 10:51 am
Residents would be informed when each police station was fully operational again. The South African Police Services apologised for any inconvenience caused.
Four police stations have been temporarily closed for decontamination in the last 24 hours due to Covid-19.
The decision was made to help the sector try manage the numbers expected to return to school, but also considering the infection rates that are currently climbing.
Close to 50 cases have been confirmed at both depots resulting in a shut down of operations to allow for self-isolation of employees and to give them a chance to recover.
Judge Norman Davis has granted Cogta Minister Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma leave to appeal his ruling which found several of the lockdown regulations unconstitutional, but some, however, still stand and must be reviewed within ten days.
The latest results show another big increase, while recoveries have increased to just over 70 000.
The proposed intermittent lockdowns would see the province closing down and reopening its economy as the need arises.
Fita attempted to have the order declaring the ban on sales changed.
e.tv, Quizzical Pictures and Ochre Media have all vowed to continue to monitor the health of affected employees.
Eastern Cape recorded the highest official and expanded unemployment rates.
The Covid-19 death toll is inching ever closer to the 2000 mark, while infections also show a big increase
You’re finally allowed to go for a haircut or a massage, but can’t have a massage while getting your hair cut.
Mkahubo thanked residents and stakeholders for the well wishes conveyed to him and his staff members since the announcement of a positive case in his office.
EUSA has also written to President Cyril Ramaphosa, asking him to remove Motshekga as the minister.
Scopa was left furious after a no-show by SA Express liquidators on Tuesday, but the courts have extended their term for a further three months.
At a ceremony at the hospital on Saturday, US Ambassador to South Africa Lana Marks said South Africa was the first country to receive ventilator donations from the United States Agency for International Development.