Unsurprisingly, President Cyril Ramaphosa and the NCCC have decided to extend the current level 4 lockdown until 25th July.
This africast looks at people using lies to get their vaccines before everyone else, which sounds a lot like “it fell off of a truck”.
A new Humble Bundle comes after the controversial decision to remove donation customisation.
LEGO is working with Save the Children India in key regions.
As South Africa’s vaccine strategy changes the same nonsense does the rounds again.
The DBE states that the seven markers were already ill when they arrived to work.
2020 is almost dead, so let’s dance over its body in this week’s africast.
The second week of Matric exams is now over, but many students have contracted the coronavirus.
In this new Plague Inc. expansion you fight a pandemic instead.
The Department of Basic Education outlines how COVID-19-positive Matrics can write their exams.
The DBE espouses more advice to the Matric class writing during the pandemic.
Those testing positive for the coronavirus on the first day of Matric exams appear in Eastern Cape, Free State, Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal and Limpopo.
Matrics who have contracted the coronavirus will write at secluded venues.
The Department of Basic Education has provided details for Matrics who are sick when exams start tomorrow.
During lockdown only 34.6% of students made us of special online education platforms.
Mastercard and Uber will be working together to help those fighting COVID-19.
The local uKheshe banking platform has a new feature to keep vendors and clients safe.
The MTN SA Foundation is taking a two pronged approach in June and July.