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South Africa Covid Update 18 Nov: 1,987 New Cases While Global...

The number of COVID-19 cases in South Africa is now 754 256 after 1 987 new infections were identified on Tuesday. Meanwhile, the death toll...

WATCH Johan de Cock Live Classical Piano Concert

South African musician and expat Johan de Cock is currently presenting an online piano concert via YouTube in the UK. Watch below... "I’ll be playing...
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Oxford Immunologist On Coronavirus Vaccine: Our Early Results Look Highly Promising

A vaccine against COVID-19 is urgently needed if we’re to stop the virus spreading and prevent potentially millions of further deaths. We’re now one...

Why South Africa Needs to Ensure Income Security Beyond the Pandemic

A slew of countries ranging from the US to Brazil to Singapore to South Africa have decided to give people money in response to...
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Will Covid-19 Vaccines Bring Life Back to Normal in 2021?

Three vaccine breakthroughs have sparked hope that the end of the Covid-19 pandemic is close. But vaccinating tens of millions of South Africans is...

The New Age of the Old African Baobab

The iconic, mysterious and magical African baobab, probably the most identifiable and prehistoric-looking tree on earth, suddenly seems to be coming into its own...

COVID-19: A Guide to Good Practice on Keeping People Well Informed

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is spreading across the world. For those who catch it, the vast majority will experience mild symptoms, but for a...

How South Africa’s Jazz Musicians are Making the Digital Leap

The performing arts is one of the sectors hit hard by COVID-19, with tens of thousands of gigs cancelled across the world. While pop and...

Claims that Tim Noakes and BizNews are Spreading ‘Dangerous Falsehoods’

Tim Noakes has a long history of making misleading and false claims, including promoting the debunked theory that the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine contributes...

The Latest Facts on Smoking Cigarettes and COVID-19 from WHO

As South Africans grapple with a cigarette ban, it's World No-Tobacco Day today - Sunday 31 May - and here are the latest insights...