Quarantine & screenings:: 4 key points from SA health minister’s coronavirus briefing
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Quarantine & screenings:: 4 key points from SA health minister’s coronavirus briefing

Health minister Zweli Mkhize reassured South Africans that no cases of coronavirus have been confirmed…

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Little Artist School: Raising the next generation of artists
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Little Artist School: Raising the next generation of artists

Edward Selematsela started the Little Artist School in an orphanage in Marshalltown, Johannesburg, in 1995.…

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Under the microscope: Here’s what the coronavirus looks like
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Under the microscope: Here’s what the coronavirus looks like

Timelapse video shot at Melbourne’s Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity shows a sample of…

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‘That virus is deadly’: South Africans returning from China speak on coronavirus
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‘That virus is deadly’: South Africans returning from China speak on coronavirus

On January 29 2020, South Africans returning from China at Cape Town International Airport described…

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“He left holding a bag and came back in a body bag” –  Enoch Mpianzi remembered
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“He left holding a bag and came back in a body bag” – Enoch Mpianzi remembered

Enoch Mpianzi was remembered at a memorial service at Parktown Boys’ High in Johannesburg on…

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SA response teams ‘ready’ as coronavirus spreads.
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SA response teams ‘ready’ as coronavirus spreads.

An obscure virus in another part of the world, or an impending global outbreak that…

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How smart metal containers are saving babies from deadly dumping
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How smart metal containers are saving babies from deadly dumping

A 2019 Medical Research Council study found that about 3,500 children survive abandonment every year…

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Parktown Boys’ High trip ‘unauthorised’: 5 key points from Lesufi’s preliminary report
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Parktown Boys’ High trip ‘unauthorised’: 5 key points from Lesufi’s preliminary report

Gauteng education MEC Panyanzi Lesufi revealed the findings of the preliminary report on the death…

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From gangster to barista: Meet the ex-convict making Cape Town’s coffee
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From gangster to barista: Meet the ex-convict making Cape Town’s coffee

The percentage of former SA prisoners who reoffend is a staggering 80%. However a coffee shop…

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Wuhan shuts down as WHO mulls ‘global emergency’
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Wuhan shuts down as WHO mulls ‘global emergency’

China cut off all urban transport networks into and out of Wuhan on Wednesday as…

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