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Out in the cold in lockdown days: Over 100 families evicted from illegally ...

More than 100 families spent the Easter weekend on the streets after they were evicted from RDP houses they ...

'Syndicate behind the school fires': SA schools under siege with ...

A syndicate is suspected to be behind recent attacks on public schools in Gauteng after more than 50 schools ...

Lockdown exposes gender disparities in our country

I have found myself recapitulating powerful words by the former president of Malawi, Joyce Banda, when she ...

'We want water, not Covid-19 tests': Angry residents set dogs, pelt ...

Lack of water and sanitisers in Hhoyi village in Mpumalanga resulted in angry residents setting their dogs on ...

Dignitaries pay tribute to late Chief Muhlava

Dignitaries visited the Muhlava Royal Palace, outside Tzaneen in Limpopo, at the weekend to pay tribute to ...

Dislike of partners a Covid-19 lockdown consequence, depression hotline ...

“Mental health doesn’t stop just because there is a virus."

'Celebrities are not teachers': Education department slammed for using ...

The use of celebrities to promote online learning for school children during Covid-19-induced lockdown has ...

Brace for another hike in electricity tariffs

Consumers can brace themselves for another hike in electricity tariffs.

Bonang reflects on journey to success in wine-making while black

After a successful year in the wine making business, media personality and businesswoman Bonang Matheba has ...

More than 70 schools broken into in Mpumalanga during lockdown

A total of 72 schools have been broken into in Mpumalanga since the start of the national lockdown, the ...

Three soldiers test positive for Covid-19, 15 awaiting results

Three members of the defence force have tested positive for the coronavirus.

UK doctors' and nurses' lives at risk from lack of protection kit-unions

Doctors and nurses treating patients with COVID-19 in Britain are putting their lives at risk because of a ...

Armed robbery suspects netted in police operation in Western Cape

Members of the police National Intervention Unit in the Western Cape arrested five suspected robbers during ...

WATCH | Eastern Cape villagers arrested over lockdown church service

Eastern Cape churchgoers who held an Easter church service were arrested for breaching lockdown regulations ...

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Cogta minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma on May 28 2020 announced the rules and regulations under level 3 of SA's Covid-19 lockdown. Alongside trade and industry minister Ebrahim Patel, the ministers outlined what would stay the same and what would change for the country. Here’s what you need to know about lockdown level 3.

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