SA expects decisive leadership from the president, including the fight against Covid-19 and holding his Cabinet to account, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
More sun than clouds. Mild.
The police could enforce tough new restrictions on driving and exercise, with the UK's coronavirus lockdown extended another month.
Questions are growing about who is now really in charge of the UK since Boris Johnson was put into intensive care.
Boris Johnson's Cabinet vows to continue "to fight this invisible" enemy while the prime minister is treated in intensive care.
Here's what happens if Boris Johnson becomes too ill from the coronavirus to remain the UK's prime minister.
"We are suffering very much. It's a devastating pain," Italy's Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Sunday.
In the coming weeks and months, thousands if not millions of healthcare workers will find themselves under more pressure, as they are called upon to help us navigate issues of healthcare access as the virus bites, writes Anna Mokgokong.
We are already experiencing a humanitarian food crisis due to Covid-19. It is therefore important that private-public partnerships be established to feed the people of South Africa and Africa, writes LJ Grobler and Theo Venter.
The search for a coronavirus antibody test which could allow the worldwide coronavirus lockdown to end has failed to identify any that work.
The new rules are no doubt an improvement, and credit is due to those officials who saw the need for tighter regulations and made it happen. But proper implementation is vital, writes writes Murray Hunter and Cherese Thakur.
In these days of doubt and anxiety, it is important not to let fear fuel our distrust of outsiders. And we must be careful of those peddling distrust of foreigners for their own selfish ends, writes Steven Gordon.
The Cruz family has gone from frequent hugs to zero physical contact, said Ana Jiménez Cruz, who now has to sit on a different couch than her parents.
The world's third-largest economy will deploy the funds to provide security and protect jobs for its people.
Boris Johnson nominated UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab as his "designated survivor" before the prime minister was hospitalised with the coronavirus.
Aides have become 'increasingly worried' about prime minister Boris Johnson's health after he tested positive for the coronavirus.
"This is a precautionary step, as the Prime Minister continues to have persistent symptoms of coronavirus," a Downing Street spokesperson said.
The US was hobbled by insufficient public health funding, a dearth of testing, and a president who ignored the warnings.
South Africa stands on the brink of a possible explosion of Covid infections. This is the time for us to put all our differences aside and focus on defeating the pandemic, writes
Thanks to the emergence of Covid-19, new approaches in education, awareness, and social-media nudges have proven to be effective in hand washing engagement, writes Rich Mkhondo.
Timidity, complacency and reticence in a time of crisis are enemies that, left unchecked, will ravage us far deeper and longer than even the virus itself, writes John Steenhuisen.
A major area of concern is that the oversight bodies that were created in the 1990s in an effort to protect South Africans from abuses by the security forces are overwhelmed, understaffed or are not operating due to the lockdown, writes Guy Lamb.
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