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The predicted impacts of coronavirus in Gauteng are becoming visible after the province registered a high number deaths in the past 24 hours.

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Stay up to date with the latest news, views and analysis as the number of coronavirus cases in SA increases.

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The Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa says the violent, callous and unlawful demolition of people's homes continue to frustrate the country's objective to curb the spread of Covid-19.

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Stay up to date with the latest news, views and analysis as the number of coronavirus cases in SA increases.

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Three unions told News24 that they were worried about the safety of teachers and pupils in schools, especially after reports that the country was faced with the imminent peak of the coronavirus.

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Nersa's Nhlanhla Gumede says, due to the arrival of Covid-19, Eskom's projected sales might not often be realised.

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Khayelitsha's Bulelani Qolani has laid a criminal complaint after he was dragged naked from his shack.

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A Director of Trauma Surgery at Charlotte Maxeke Hospital serving on the frontline of the fight against Covid-19 in Gauteng says that in the past two weeks, one ward dedicated to patients under investigation and Covid-19 patients has grown to more than seven wards.

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The Western Cape's Covid-19 "peak" is likely to be flatter than first expected, but will also last for longer, which could mean the Western Cape may no longer run out of hospital beds.

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Stay up to date with the latest news, views and analysis as the number of coronavirus cases in SA increases.

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More City of Cape Town law enforcement officers could face suspension for their involvement in the manhandling of a Khayelitsha man as he was dragged from his shack.

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Less than a quarter of the 19 000 inmates eligible for early parole to ease overcrowding and alleviate the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. have been released.

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The Special Investigating Unit says fraudulent and corrupt tendencies have been creeping in, with the intention to illegally benefit from the R500 billion social relief and containment fund allocated to ease the impact of Covid-19.

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The densely populated province of Gauteng now has the highest number of active Covid-19 cases in South Africa, at just over 30 000.

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Fifty families in Alexandra have been left homeless after their shacks were gutted on Thursday.

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The South African National Defence Force has confirmed that 40 soldiers deployed to Limpopo tested positive for Covid-19.

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It will be a fine and cool day on Friday, the South African Weather Service says.

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Fifty families in Alexandra have been left homeless after their shacks were gutted on Thursday.

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The Astron Energy company has assured the surrounding communities of its Milnerton site in Cape Town that there is "no danger" to the area.

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The Council of Education Ministers has decided that only pupils in Grades R, 6 and 11 will return to school on Monday, 6 July.

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Since the lifting of the ban on the sale of alcohol on 1 June, South Africans surveyed during the lockdown have expressed concerns about the increase in alcohol-related reckless behaviour.

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Millions of children, who are fed through the National School Nutrition Programme, should be given their daily meal, irrespective of whether their grade has been allowed to return to school.

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Almost R2 billion is believed to have been stolen from VBS bank, leaving the bank cash- strapped, and now liquidated.

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Nelspruit police have confiscated a firearm after children, between six and nine-years-old, were found playing with it.

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