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[LATEST] Coronavirus cases in SA now at 1187, Wuhan evacuees ready to go home

[LATEST] Coronavirus cases in SA now at 1187, Wuhan evacuees ready to go home

The Health Minister said on Saturday that the SA citizens quarantined in Limpopo have all tested negative for a second time.

[VIDEO] Motsepe family and associates pledge R1bn for fight against Covid-19

[VIDEO] Motsepe family and associates pledge R1bn for fight against Covid-19

The Motsepe family announced details of the donation on Saturday. Several hundred million rand will be available 'immediately'.

Moody's drops SA's credit rating to junk

Moody's drops SA's credit rating to junk

The ratings agency cited weak growth and a decline in fiscal strength as its main reasons for the downgrade.

[LISTEN] EB brings a little light-heartedness with "House Lockdown Remix"

[LISTEN] EB brings a little light-heartedness with "House Lockdown Remix"

You thought Netflix and Chill meanwhile...

[LISTEN] Homeschooling expert shares advice for parents at home with their kids

[LISTEN] Homeschooling expert shares advice for parents at home with their kids

Children in SA are still technically on school holiday. Homeschool expert Wendy Young shares advice on how parents should use this time.

Zolani Mahola brings mini-gigs to those in isolation with IG Live

Zolani Mahola brings mini-gigs to those in isolation with IG Live

Mahola joins artists such as Pink, Coldplay's Chris Martin and John Legend who are live streaming performances on Instagram.

Whackhead's Prank: Jennifer always gets her way, even with an electric shaver

Whackhead's Prank: Jennifer always gets her way, even with an electric shaver

Jennifer gets her newest victim to do the weirdest things with an electric shaver and, we can't get over it.

[WATCH] Women singing 'I will stay home for you' has social media in stitches

[WATCH] Women singing 'I will stay home for you' has social media in stitches

Khabazela shares some of the videos that went viral on Twitter and Facebook.

[WATCH] Teacher in China reflecting on lockdown goes viral

[WATCH] Teacher in China reflecting on lockdown goes viral

Khabazela shares some of the videos that went viral on Twitter and Facebook.

SA records its first two COVID-19 deaths - both in the Western Cape

SA records its first two COVID-19 deaths - both in the Western Cape

Mkhize said more details surrounding the deaths would be released later in the day.

[LISTEN] Kfm Mornings - Murder Mystery Episode 1: Treacherous Caves

[LISTEN] Kfm Mornings - Murder Mystery Episode 1: Treacherous Caves

In a time before the internet and colour tv...there was no Netflix, no Spotify, no Showmax...

Cape Town-born filmmaker Dan Mace shares his coronavirus story

Cape Town-born filmmaker Dan Mace shares his coronavirus story

The filmmaker recently tested positive for COVID-19 – the 67th case in the Western Cape.

Coronavirus dos and don'ts: 26 March

Coronavirus dos and don'ts: 26 March

As South Africa prepares to go into lockdown to contain the spread of the coronavirus, these are the points to remember as you do your bit to help flatten the curve.

The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield  breaks  down after Edcon chief begins to cry

The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield breaks down after Edcon chief begins to cry

Edcon CEO Grant Pattison broke down in tears today, telling suppliers the company only has sufficient liquidity to pay salaries.

UberEats service halted as e-hailing firms face lockdown restrictions

UberEats service halted as e-hailing firms face lockdown restrictions

E-hailing services, such as Uber and Bolt, can only operate between 5am and 9am in the morning and again from 4pm to 8pm in the evening.

Winde: No one in WC should be without water during lockdown

Winde: No one in WC should be without water during lockdown

Western Cape Premier Alan Winde said that informal settlements and towns in the Karoo remained his biggest concern and his government was using all resources to ensure every citizen had access to water.

Golden Arrow to operate reduced service for essential staff during lockdown

Golden Arrow to operate reduced service for essential staff during lockdown

Services will run from 5am until 9am in the morning and again from 4pm to 8pm in the evening.

Is it safe to donate blood during the coronavirus outbreak?

Is it safe to donate blood during the coronavirus outbreak?

Tracey Lange chats to Michelle Vermeulen - PR, Planning and Promotions Manager at the Western Cape Blood Service.