The new rules are an improvement, but proper implementation is vital, writes Murray Hunter and Cherese Thakur.
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Denel says it is switching from making weapons to manufacturing medical ventilators that can save lives.
Science says open food isn’t contagious – but South African retailers aren’t taking chances.
Customers are also being asked to queue and shop with a trolley, to ensure physical distancing at all times.
South Africa is a fundamentally unfair country, writes Bruce Whitfield in his new book, The Upside of Down.
As South Africa prepares for the inevitable economic fallout of a 21-day lockdown, David McKay takes a look at how the mining industry will cope with this drastic measure.
Experts encourage the use of the flu vaccine, although it's ineffective against the novel coronavirus, saying it will reduce health system pressure and clear up confusion relating to symptoms.
Schalk Louw points out those fiscal and monetary measures that will likely soften the blow to South African consumers as the country navigates the current crisis.
New Covid-19 imposed deferrals will apply for safety.
The regular flu vaccine won't stop the novel coronavirus – but it can prevent confusion from similar symptoms.
Preggie Hour will be carried out every Monday and Thursday morning from 08:30 to 09:30.
It’s meant for the general health industry and can be used on surfaces, medical equipment and uniforms.
The homeless in Gauteng are being sheltered in tents at various sites, as several public schools with boarding facilities have refused to house those who are destitute during the lockdown, Gauteng acting social development MEC Panyaza Lesufi says.
Not to be outshone, graduates took to social media with some ingenious adaptations.
As the global investor panic routed markets, those not beholden to investor flows should refocus on the long term.
Hundreds of people queue for social grants at the Denlyn shopping complex in Mamelodi, Pretoria, with no police presence and a lack of social distancing amid the lockdown to curb the spread of Covid-19.
As South Africa began its 21-day lockdown to cut off the spread of the novel coronavirus the streets of South Africa are eerily quiet.
As South Africa enters a three-week lockdown to curb the spread of Covid-19, government and the private sector are braced for the crippling consequences it will have on our already weak economy. But the measures being put in place can only do so much.
Once lockdown starts it does expect its maintenance programme to be affected.
The money will be used for small businesses and their staff.
Like other simple face masks, they serve as a reminder not to touch your face, just with a touch of fashion – but do not protect against the novel coronavirus.
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