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South African government sued by Tobacco companies over smoking ban

The tobacco ban - the only one of its kind worldwide - was imposed under the 2002 Disaster Management Act, the government justifying it on health grounds based on advice from its medical experts as well as from the World Health Organization (WHO).

South Africa’s Ramaphosa lifts ban of coronavirus lockdown

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that stringent coronavirus regulations would be eased as of Monday as the country's infection rate...

South Africa to investigate coronavirus corruption

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has set up a ministerial committee to investigate alleged corruption in state...

Coronavirus cases hit more than half a million in South Africa

South Africa's confirmed cases of COVID-19 have crossed half a million, its health ministry has announced, while cases in Africa as a whole approached...

South Africa to shutdown schools again over coronavirus hike

South Africa's public schools will close again for a month from Monday to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus as the country grapples...

Atleast five killed in attack on South African church as hostages...

Atleast five people have been killed in an attack on a church west of Johannesburg, South African police have said, with some of the...

Tension as S’Africa sees highest hike in COVID-19 cases

Earlier in the day South Africa has reported its biggest single-day jump in coronavirus cases, as hospitals across the country brace for an onslaught...

South Africa moves for first coronavirus vaccine pilot in the continent

With the continuous spread of the Coronavirus pandemic, South Africa plans to roll out the continent's first coronavirus vaccine trial this week, according to...

South Africa Teachers union shuns reopening of schools

Africa's most industrialised state, South Africa will reopen its economy on June 1, after two months of lockdown that deepened a recession and left...

South Africa to Open Churches and other places of Worship

South African president, Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa stated that Covid-19 pandemic has taken a toll on the country emotionally, industrially and spiritually. In his speech...