Health experts say there is no need for employers to send all employees for immediate COVID-19 testing if one person tests positive in the workplace.
According to a Foundation for Human Rights survey entitled Human Rights Diagnosis: Community Advice Offices and COVID-19, access to food remains the biggest challenge South Africans have faced during the pandemic.
Residents of Logobate Village near Kuruman in the Northern Cape say they have been left without a clinic after strong winds blew off the roof of the clinic.
Higher Education, Science and Technology Minister Blade Nzimande on Wednesday announced that the intake of first-year university students for 2021 may take place later than usual.
Veteran actor and performer, Mary Twala will be laid to rest in Soweto in the south of Johannesburg on Thursday.
The MEC for Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs in the North West, Gordon Kegakilwe, will be given a state funeral on Friday.
Gauteng has officially overtaken the Western Cape as the epicentre of COVID-19 in the country, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said during a National Assembly hybrid sitting on Wednesday.
People have been warned to stay away from the coast-line as bad weather conditions are expected along the coast.
The Department of Correctional Services (DCS) says the total number of confirmed cases at their centres has risen to 3 243.
The Education Department in Limpopo says it is in the process of verifying the overall number of schools that are currently closed due to COVID-19 infections.
Western Cape Health Minister, Nomafrench Mbombo, has cut short a visit to health facilities in Khayelitsha due to safety issues.
The Department of Higher Education has appealed to students who are yet to return to tertiary institutions, to ensure they stay home to help slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The City of Tshwane has ceased providing emergency medical services after the Gauteng Health Department declined to approve their operating license.
Foreign nationals working in the logistics industry in South Africa say they are being targeted, despite meeting the requirements for their jobs, as a recent truck strike persists.
Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga says the department will be giving parents school work every two weeks, to make it easier for them to teach their children at home.
The Department of Basic Education says it will provide psycho-social support for a 12 year old learner who was allegedly raped in Bulwer in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands.
The Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation, Dr Blade Nzimande, briefs the media on further measures implemented on COVID-19 within the Higher Education, Science and Innovation sectors.
Bloemfontein Showgrounds facilities, which used to host events throughout the year, will soon be turned into a temporary hospital as the country expects a surge in COVID-19 cases.
Eskom has urged customers to use electricity sparingly after two generation units tripped at the Medupi and Tutuka power stations on Tuesday.
The South African Weather Service has warned of a major cold front approaching the country.
Police are investigating circumstances surrounding the death of Eunicent Dilebo, 36 at the hands of SANDF members in Dingledale, Mpumalanga.
The National Taxi Alliance says it has placed itself in the hands of the National Coronavirus Command Council in its appeal to load to full capacity and expand routes.
Eskom says it has reached agreements with four municipalities from the Northern Cape that were due for scheduled electricity supply interruptions from Wednesday due to outstanding debts.
A principal of a school in the Western Cape, who requested to remain anonymous, says his school currently does not have the capacity to roll out adequate COVID-19 preventative measures.
Police have arrested two suspects in connection with the armed robbery of a family at Nkivane in Nsuze, northern KwaZulu-Natal.
In episode twelve of our Podcast series ‘In First Person’, mother and trauma counselor Charmaine Williams, recounts her experiences with domestic abuse. She tells of how she endured 13 years of physical and verbal abuse as well as an acid attack at the hands of her husband.
Parents are deregistering their children from school to avoid paying school fees, while on the other hand, some schools are reporting that parents are defaulting on paying fees because they have lost their jobs.
The accused in the murder case of Amahle Quku of Philippi on the Cape Flats has abandoned his bail application in the Wynberg Magistrate's Court.
Eastern Cape Premier Oscar Mabuyane has announced a community-based strategy to fight the spread of coronavirus in the province. The provincial government has identified 87 wards in four hotspot areas that require urgent intervention.
The Western Cape now only has about four-thousand more confirmed coronavirus cases than Gauteng.