Criminals hit Gauteng school, steal protective equipment before teachers' return: The Gauteng education department has slammed criminals who broke into a school in Tshwane on the eve of teachers' return to schools
[ON AIR] At least 22 schools have been vandalised in Gauteng during the lockdown. And it seems there may not be enough time to get all schools ready for Grade 7 and 12 pupils to return next week. Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi joins us now for an update. #DStv403
Parents will have to get used to new measures when dropping their children off at school next month. This is according to Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi. Among the new measures will be the daily screening of all children. Courtesy #DStv403
Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi says demands by teacher unions for personal protective equipment for their members are not difficult to meet. He says it is something that the department of education should meet easily. Courtesy #DStv403
The Presidency has declined the request of the Gauteng Liquor Forum for its members to sell alcohol during the declared national state of disaster. The restriction on the sale of liquor will remain.
BREAKING: Gauteng Liquor Forum - representing 20000 tavern and Shebeen owners - have threatened to go to the Constitutional Court over government’s total ban on alcohol sales. They have told President Ramaphosa that he has until Tuesday to relax the ban, or face court action:
It's day 1 of the lockdown and already a car break down reveals a COVID-19 scare right in the heart of Gauteng. We have to ask how many more tourists from high-risk countries are in SA right now? @XoliMngambi and @janedutton will bring you more on #SAMorning Courtesy#DStv403
#CoronavirusInSA A Gauteng woman & her daughter who both tested positive for coronavirus previously refused to be quarantined, while the husband refused to be tested at a hospital. This forced the provincial Department of Health to approach a court last night on an urgent basis.
#CoronavirusInSA 23 new confirmed cases - bringing the total to 85 GAUTENG: 14 KWAZULU-NATAL:4 WESTERN CAPE:5 8 new cases have no travel history @nthakoana