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Sophie Mokoena Mar 31
The Beauty of Africa. Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe this week.
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Abra Barbier 2h
My local Checkers dishing out protection visors to staff members. Very cool.
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T&P Wood WORKS πŸ”± Mar 27
Since most of us are home please rt and like my next client could be on your TL
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SAfm news 1h
More than 14 motorists have been arrested across Gauteng for not adhering to the lockdown today.
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Chriselda 'Babes WeNdaba' Lewis ℒ️ 19h
All spaza shops ALLOWED to operate. All informal traders also ALLOWED to trade - Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.
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MorningLiveSABC Mar 31
What are your thoughts on the call by the SA Drug Policy Initiative to have the decision to ban alcohol and tobacco sales during the national lockdown reversed?
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HumphreyYic Mar 27
Can South Africans learn from what Indians are doing to SAVE LIVES???? πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„ everyone is trying to reason with officers & military, like guys for real??? Such self hate thoπŸ™„
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Syd Mac,MD Mar 27
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Shibu Mamokgere Mar 29
President Cyril Ramaphosa has declared the Ranch Hotel in where 100 students repatriated from Wuhan, China have been quarantined for 14 days, is no longer a red zone. He has lifted the military control. The students are going home
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rudzani tshivhase Mar 26
The situation is out of contol on the N1 outside Beitbridge border into Zimbabwe. Hundreds of people want to cross the border into Zimbabwe despite the lockdown. The congestion started before midnight. Vehicles have formed a five kelometer queue.
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SAfm news 36m
The national lockdown to curb the spread of Covid-19 will be strengthened next week after the payment of social grants.
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Chris Mabuya 2h
Foreign nationals living in a temporary marquee in Bellville near Cape Town say the place is not good for their health. They were removed from the Central Methodist Church in the Cape Town CBD yesterday in terms of the national disaster regulations
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Bulelani Phillip 56m
WC Premier Alan Winde says he has called on President Cyril Ramaphosa and national government to clarify some of the vague regulations during . This follows the failed bid by the provincial government to lift ban on the sale of cigarettes.
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Sipho Stuurman 20h
Earlier reporting in Mamelodi hostels, residents say the lockdown has taken away the opportunity to earn a living.
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SAfm news Apr 2
The Western Cape government has lifted the ban on the sale of cigarettes during the lockdown, emphasizing that cigarettes may only be purchased alongside essential goods.
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MorningLiveSABC Apr 1
What do you think of the way the South African government has responded to the Covid-19 pandemic, so far?
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Lerato Fekisi 2h
A doctor and a nurse from Dora Nginza Hospital have also tested positive for Covid-19 and are under quarantine at their respective homes.The nurse is believed to have attended a funeral of a retired employee who had worked overseas.
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Aldrin Sampear 20h
Dlamini-Zuma says all spaza shops are allowed to operate. Informal food traders can now also operate (guess this would incl kota outlets)
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Radio 2000 4m
Police watchdog, the Independent Police Investigative Directorate, is investigating 38 cases against police officials across the country for misconduct during the first part of the 21-day national lockdown.
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Bulelani Phillip Apr 2
(JUST IN) SAFTU General Secretary Zwelinzima Vavi announces he has tested positive for .
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