SABC records its second COVID-19 case: report
Two days ago, a worker at the SABC ’s Northern Cape office tested positive prompting the office to be closed.
In an internal memo seen by EWN, the company said the individual is employed at the research department in Auckland Park, Johannesburg.The memo said the worker was off sick and had been hospitalised.It said the affected individual had a relative at digital and as a precautionary measure the associated worker is in self-isolation observing protocols.
Huh moflavadj nizofela emisebenzini Y'all ain't shit for going after your colleagues Do we have any news of how many cases we have now? Not surprised considering the candid nature that their journalists have ... no gloves or masks at all
SABC closes Kimberley offices after staffer tests positive for Covid-19The SABC has closed its Kimberley offices and has asked all employees to quarantine after a staff member tested positive for coronavirus.
Another SABC staff member tests positive for Covid-19, this time in JoburgAnother SABC staff member has contracted the coronavirus, a staff communique confirmed on Saturday afternoon.
Durban old age home now has two residents who tested positive for Covid-19Now a second woman, who shared the sick bay with her at the Bill Buchanan Association for Aged in Morningside, has also tested positive, forcing management to put some staff and residents into quarantine. Eish no 🙆🙆
South Africa has one Covid-19 death, NOT two - Health MinisterSouth Africa has only one confirmed death from Covid-19, the Health Minister Zweli Mkhize clarified late on Friday. He has explained the confusion: VAR disallowed 🤨
South Africa has one Covid-19 death, NOT two - Health MinisterSouth Africa has only one confirmed death from Covid-19, the Health Minister Zweli Mkhize clarified late on Friday. He has explained the confusion: Hes arguing over onevdeath... clearly clueless
Ugandan police shoot two people for violating restrictions during Covid-19 outbreakOn Thursday police and soldiers in the capital beat fruit vendors, marketgoers and people in bars with batons in a bid to disperse people gathering in groups.