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  News Everything we know about 501.V2, the new Covid-19 variant identified in SA

SA has more cases and deaths than anything we saw on any day during the first wave, says Prof Abdool Karim

South Africa Fewer than 10,000 new Covid-19 cases recorded in SA for first time since December

For the first time since December 29, SA recorded fewer than 10,000 new Covid-19 cases in a 24-hour period.

  Opinion & Analysis EBRAHIM HARVEY | Why chief justice Mogoeng was out of line on Covid-19 vaccine

How dare he use Covid-19 to promote his warped ideas and speak on behalf of Christians? It is time for him to go

  World Migrants’ plight: ‘We’re starving. All we have is water and a few cookies’

Thousands of Hondurans seeking a better life in the US are being held back or sent home by Guatemalan forces

South Africa Too early to celebrate, but Covid cases 'may be starting to decline': Mkhize

For the first time in a number of weeks, health minister Dr Zweli Mkhize shared some good news in the country's fight ...

Sport Players 'kicking up fuss' in Australia are a minority, says Britain’s Reid

Gordon Reid, a two-time men's wheelchair Grand Slam champion, said on Monday that he was perfectly comfortable spending ...

South Africa Lesufi lays down the law as Curro moves to online learning

Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has called for the postponement of schooling to be gazetted

South Africa Another Gauteng matric exam marker dies from Covid-19

A second matric exam marker from Jeppe High School for Boys marking centre in Gauteng has died from Covid-19.

South Africa KZN probes claim that deaths at a hospital were caused by load-shedding

The KwaZulu-Natal health department is investigating allegations that recent patient deaths at one hospital could be ...

World WATCH | In numbers: India begins world’s largest vaccination drive against Covid-19

Nearly 200,000 people were vaccinated in India on the first day of the world’s largest vaccination drive against ...

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