[COMING UP] CEO Ryan Noach on Discovery warning that a third of SA's COVID-19 survivors may be at risk of reinfection. Gauteng is showing signs of COVID-19 increases and a vaccination campaign is urgent. Tomorrow at 7.30am #SouthAfricaMorning on #DStv403
[ON AIR] Coronavirus variants first detected in India and the United Kingdom have landed in SA. The Network for Genomic Surveillance says cases were confirmed in the Western Cape, KwaZulu Natal and Gauteng. Health Minister Zweli Mkhize is discussing this with Tumelo Mothotoane.
Giant sinkholes leave roads disfigured in Gauteng and Western Cape: Collapsing infrastructure and heavy downpours have led to the closure of two major roads.
Ecstasy tablets destined for Gqeberha confiscated: A 37-year-old man travelling by bus from Gauteng to Gqeberha, allegedly with a cocktail of drugs in his possession, was arrested on Saturday after the vehicle was intercepted in Motherwell.
40 illegal firearms confiscated in Gauteng this week alone: Gauteng police this week seized 40 illegal firearms and more than 480 rounds of ammunition during various operations.
#GPFemicide Gauteng police have confirmed at least five women have been killed over the past 48-hours, allegedly by men they knew well. ML
BREAKING NEWS | #AGReport Irregular expenditure by municipalities 2018/19 financial year: Eastern Cape: R2.5 billion Free State: R1.4 billion Gauteng: R1.7 billion KwaZulu-Natal: R6.5 billion Limpopo: R1.5 billion #KimiMakwetu
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:
#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.