The number of coronavirus cases across the world continues to increase rapidly.
South Africa has recorded 1 461 new coronavirus cases. This brings the total number of cases to 705 254.
Deputy Correctional Services Minister, Inkosi Patekile Holomisa, says prisons do not have conditions that are conducive to the adherence of COVID-19 protocols.
Wayne Rooney was “angry and disappointed” with a friend who had visited him despite being told to take a COVID-19 test and later testing positive, the former England captain’s management said.
The Department of Basic Education is considering other ways of dealing with social distancing in classrooms. The rotation system where learners have been going to school once or twice a week has proven ineffective with some learners losing two weeks at a time in some schools.
Worldwide coronavirus cases crossed 40 million on Monday, according to a Reuters tally, as the onset of winter in the northern hemisphere fuelled a resurgence in the spread of the disease.
President Donald Trump and Democratic Joe Biden urged supporters to vote early as this week’s debate final showdown awaits.
Shack dweller movement Abahlali Basemjondolo is expected to embark on a peaceful march to the KwaZulu-Natal premier's office on Monday.
The Department of Health in the Eastern Cape says it is worried about liquor stores that are not compliant with COVID-19 level 1 lockdown regulations.
Fort Hare University in the Eastern Cape has reported close to 30 coronavirus cases among students since the announcement of Alert Level 1 of the lockdown.
Mixed mitigation measures must be put in place to avoid a second wave of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in the continent, says Doctor Mary Stephen, Technical officer World Health Organization Regional Office for Africa in Brazzaville, Congo.
The COVID-19 pandemic is having a marked effect on workers in developing countries, where seven out of 10 of them make a living through informal markets, many of whom simply cannot earn a livelihood if they cannot leave their home due to lockdowns.
As Saturday marks the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, the United Nations (UN) says that the COVID-19 pandemic is pushing millions into extreme poverty and is undermining efforts to eradicate poverty by 2030.
The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday it had had very good dialogue with developers of a second Russian vaccine candidate against coronavirus (COVID-19).
Global shares bounced on Friday while safe havens such as the dollar were on the defensive as investors welcomed news that drugmaker Pfizer Inc could have a coronavirus vaccine ready in the United States by the end of this year.
Cancer patients face poorer outcomes if they become infected with the new coronavirus, a new study shows.
In this week's Global COVID-19 Wrap, SABC News captures highlights from all corners of the globe, as the number of confirmed infections worldwide continue to rise.
South Africa has recorded 1 770 new coronavirus cases. This brings the total number of cases to 698 184.
South Africa has recorded 1 877 new coronavirus cases. This brings the total number of cases to 696 414.
South Africa has recorded 1 178 new cases, bringing the total number to 694 537. The Department of Health has also announced 165 more COVID-19 related deaths.
Amid a surge in online shopping, consumers are urged to have strong passwords, to not open suspicious sites and refrain from sharing banking information over the phone.
World oil demand will rebound more slowly in 2021 than previously thought as coronavirus cases rise, OPEC said on Tuesday, adding to headwinds faced by the group and its allies in balancing the market.
South Africa has recorded 888 new coronavirus cases bringing the total number of cases to 693 359. Gauteng is still leading with 223 169, which is 32.2% of the total number of cases in the country.
The last pints could be pulled in pubs across northern England this week as furious bosses warn new coronavirus restrictions will wipe out their businesses which are already reeling from a national lockdown earlier this year.
The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) has stopped the payment of personal protective equipment to service providers in the Free State. This amid a SIU probe into a scandal in the province.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will on Monday impose a tiered system of further restrictions on parts of England as the COVID-19 outbreak accelerates, though anger is rising at the cost of the stringent curtailment of freedoms.
Health authorities have warned that we may have COVID-19 permanently. They believe while it may not be as widespread and claim many lives like it does now; it will become part of the seasonal diseases forever.
You can’t miss the green 1969 Volkswagen Beetle parked at the corner, orchids and ferns crowding its open bonnet, sunflowers sticking out of windows, potted plants on the roof.
The Chinese city of Qingdao said on Monday it will conduct coronavirus tests for its entire population of more than 9 million after reporting new cases that appeared to be linked to a hospital treating imported infections.
Schools in Kenya will reopen on Monday, starting with Grade 4, Class 8 and Form 4.