Five things to watch this weekend

Five things to watch this weekend

2020-04-10 02:55:00 PM

Five things to watch this weekend

These movies, series and documentaries will keep you entertained during the third weekend of lockdown

Tymon SmithIf Beale Street Could Talk — NetflixBarry Jenkins’ follow up to the Oscar winning Moonlight is adapted from a novel by James Baldwin and offers an exquisitely filmed and empathetic portrait of ordinary people whose hopes and dreams are derailed by forces and circumstances beyond their control.

Reopening of schools: Angie Motshekga’s vinegar approach grates WC premier says parts of province should be Level 1 Union to take govt to court over schools reopening

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Five more Covid-19 deaths in SA, nearly 100 new casesIn a statement, minister Dr Zweli Mkhize said that there had been five additional deaths confirmed since he released the figures at an event on Tuesday.

COVID-19: Five more deaths reported in South AfricaThis takes the number of coronavirus related fatalities in the country to 18. Hope people will take this seriously. How many dies of starvation and the flu - lockdownMustFall

Five more Covid-19 deaths in SA, nearly 100 new casesThe number of South Africans to have died of Covid-19 has increased to 18. Your opening remarks speaks of 5 additional deaths yet your description shows 6. '2 from kzn, 2 Gauteng and 2 from Free State'. Please confirm your numbers?

SA lockdown: Five schools torchedThe Department of Basic Education says there is a trend of destroying schools. Maybe the construction companies are burning down the schools for reconstruction projects? What other reason is there This is starting to sound eerily like a conspiracy against our country. An effecrive way to cripple a struggling economy is to destroy education. If these are SA citizens being so reckless, please stop. You making it harder for everyone. But who would do such?

Five things to watch this weekendThese movies, series and documentaries will keep you entertained during the third weekend of lockdown Why yoll making people subscribe of online content just have advertising and just give it to us for free have you learnt nothing from News24

Five things to watch this weekendThese movies, series and documentaries will keep you entertained during the third weekend of lockdown I’ll watch hope vanish.