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All South Africans are currently under a 21 day national lockdown due to the coronavirus. This means that we are all mostly confined to our homes and we need to therefore make sure our hames are safe for us. 


There has been a spike in the spreading of fake news on social media as more people have been trying to keep up with the latest covid-19 news. Creating and spreading fake news could now land you in jail, as the South African government has made spreading fake news a criminal offence.


Earlier this week was the time for elderly individuals to collect their SASSA grants. This turned dangerous when multiple individuals were complaining about being sick and hungry and even has three deaths be reported.


The Minister of Health, Zweli Mkhize, has announced that the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in South Africa has increased. This is a developing story. 


The Minister of Higher Education, Blade Nzimande, has established a Post School Education and Training Covid-19 Task Team. They will be addressing urgent challenges across the higher education landscape.

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