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South Africa is set to receive the vaccine against Covid-19 in April, however healthcare workers are unhappy with this as hospitals are under immense strain. 


The number of COVID-19 deaths continue to increase after more than 400 people have died from the virus over the past week, this left Minister of Health Zweli Mkhize concerned. 


Self-quarantine is recommended for individuals who have been directly exposed to the new Coronavirus or have history of travel in infected or heavily populated areas.


SASSA has apologised for delays in the payment of the R350 grant. This comes after the public criticism that SASSA faced for only paying 10 people out of the 5 million South Africans who applied for the grant.


Weekly Aweh is a new weekly segment on the Politically Aweh Youtube channel. This new segment brings you a lighthearted and funny recap of the week.


To cope with the demands of Covid-19, the CTICC has undergone a transformation and is now housing a Temporary Hospital. Now, you can take a tour of this hospital. 


President Ramaphosa announced that the whole of South Africa will be moving to Level 3 and also announced regulations being put in place as well as which ones are lifted. 


Students all over the country have been instructed to stay home and have had their academic programmes continue online. Many are waiting for the Department of Higher Education to make moves, so what have they done for Higher Education?


Japan Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, has announced the end of the state of emergency in Japan. The state of emergency had been in place since April and has now ended a week earlier than intended. 

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