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The Lions’ preparations for their Super Rugby Unlocked encounter against the Cheetahs have been disrupted after four of their players tested positive for Covid-19.
Of the 164 deaths, 46 took place in the Eastern Cape, 41 in the Free State and 52 in Gauteng. There was one death in Mpumalanga, two in the Northern Cape, eight in the Western Cape, nine in KwaZulu-Natal and five in Limpopo.
The Western Cape government wants the Covid-19 travel "red list" scrapped because it is killing international tourism.
Minister of Employment and Labour Thulas Nxesi said he could not announce an extension of TERS payments without as liquidity assessment or consultation with economists.
Barloworld began retrenching staff in its Caterpillar business following a decline in demand due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the lockdowns in the territories it operates in.
One of the independent witnesses in the Brendin Horner murder case, has allegedly been threatened to keep quiet and stop providing information to police investigators.
The Hawks say, while they have a lot on their plate, collaboration with other crime fighting units has yielded results.
Thirty students from the University of Fort Hare have tested positive for Covid-19 after a night of drinks at a tavern in Quigney, and a week later attending a bash.
The coronavirus-hit Rugby Championship starts in Sydney on October 31, but without world champions and current title holders South Africa.