1 June 2020
SABC News captures their voices in this weekly feature, COVID-19 Frontline Workers. This week Digital News producer Lebo Tshangela speaks to a petrol attendant about his experience with the coronavirus during the nationwide lockdown.
5 June 2020
In this week’s Global COVID-19 Wrap, SABC News captures highlights from the African continent, Europe, Asia, and the Americas.
2 June 2020
What happens when one goes through a traumatic experience that changes their lives forever?
6 June 2020
Creatives Under Lockdown is a SABC News feature which focuses on issues affecting artists. This week actor, Thabo Malema, shares his experiences of being part of local and international productions.
5 June 2020
This week, we look at the number of vaccines in development around the world; the number of sites and beds reserved for COVID-19 patients; the number of people affected by the use of tobacco globally; the amount of time given to the South African government to address lockdown regulations which have been found to be unconstitutional and invalid; and the number of people infected globally and in Africa.
31 May 2020
In this weekly feature, COVID Tech, Digital News producer Tshepiso Moche, covers tech innovations related to COVID-19 and lockdown. In this edition, as the continent celebrates Africa Month, we look at four apps that best reflect her uniqueness, among them African delicacies as well as African music.
4 June 2020
In this episode of Debunking myths on COVID-19, we address your concerns about South Africa moving to Alert Level 3 Lockdown with Professor Shabir Madhi. For more news, visit sabcnews.com and also #SABCNews, #Coronavirus, #COVID19 on Social Media.
1 May 2020
A look at the different COVID-19 lockdown alert levels in South Africa. South Africa enters lockdown alert level 4 on Friday.
31 March 2020
It takes 21 days of healthy eating and working out to form a habit pattern or break the habit that is according to experts. But what happens to people who are anxious and depressed during the nationwide lockdown.
29 May 2020
Regulations relating to the movement of children in South Africa will be eased on Monday, 1 June 2020, as the country moves to coronavirus (COVID-19) Alert Level 3.