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Health Minister Zweli Mkhize Says Eastern Cape COVID-19 Scooters Are Not Suitable Ambulances

EASTERN Cape scooter ambulances don't meet the basic criteria for patient transport as an ambulance. This was the response of Health Minister Zweli Mkhize following...

Coronavirus Breakthrough: Trials For New Vaccine Set To Begin From Wednesday, Says Wits Scientists

NYAKALLO TEFU WITS SCIENTISTS have revealed that the university is set to launch the first clinical trials of a potential COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday this...

People Living With Diabetes Could Develop ‘Severe’ COVID-19

EVIDENCE slowly emerging in South Africa suggests that people living with diabetes (PLWD), as well as those with an elevated body mass index (BMI), are likely...

Why The Eastern Cape Is Uniquely Unsuited to Dealing With the Coronavirus

CHARLES MOLELE LATEST DATA and statistics on the coronavirus pandemic in the Eastern Cape are frightening. From the deep rural villages of eastern Pondoland to...

Makhura: COVID-19 Pandemic Gaining Momentum in Gauteng

NYAKALLO TEFU PREMIER David Makhura says he is deeply concerned that the first wave of the coronavirus is still infecting masses of people in Gauteng,...

Two Gauteng Department Of Health Staffers Test Positive For Covid-19

NYAKALLO TEFU TWO SENIOR OFFICIALS from the Gauteng Department of Health have tested positive for COVID-19. The Gauteng Department of Health said the two officials -...

COVID-19: Don’t Be Alarmed. Be Prepared, Says Ramaphosa

MOST PEOPLE will have noticed that the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in South Africa has been rising fast. More than a half...

WHO Pushes To Keep Ties With ‘Generous’ U.S. Despite Trump’s Exit Move

LONDON (Reuters) - The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday praised the United States’ “immense” and “generous” contribution to global health...

South Africa Has Virus Testing Backlog Of Nearly 100, 000

SOUTH AFRICA says it has a backlog of nearly 100,000 unprocessed tests for the coronavirus, a striking example of the painful shortage of testing...

In Healthcare Work, African Immigrants Feel Brunt Of COVID-19

JOEY PETERS IT STARTED a month ago for Lenis Oenga with coughing and wheezing. Oenga, who works as a licensed practical nurse at an assisted...
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