Interpol shares details of organised crime hand in fake vaccines found in SA

Global alert issued to law enforcement agencies on modus operandi of criminal networks

Business4SA offers to help source Covid-19 vaccines

Hospitality industry concerned over no prospect of supplies soon

SA expects its first Covid-19 vaccines only after March 2021

Discovery Health will fund a vaccine for 2-million of its members in a national initiative

The 10 most-read Covid-19 articles of 2020

The coronavirus pandemic presented many new  challenges for SA, which may remain long after all restrictions are lifted

SA makes R283m Covax payment

The Solidarity Fund has made the down payment to secure SA’s entry into the WHO’s Covax vaccine programme

New variant of Covid-19 found in SA, and is spreading fast, says Mkhize

Data currently suggests ‘no red flags’ around the variant being more fatal than the original variant

Release of report into alleged medical scheme profiling delayed

The investigation began in 2019 after a group of health workers accused medical administrators  schemes of investigating only black and Indian doctors and ...

SA fails to pay deposit to Covax programme to secure Covid-19 vaccine

The Solidarity Fund will make the payment as soon as it gets the go ahead from the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisations (Gavi)

Some beaches to be closed over the festive season, while SA will have earlier curfew

Ramaphosa calls for action in striking a balance between containing Covid-19 and protecting the economy

If you are 60 or older, do not go on holiday to Covid-19 hotspots, Discovery urges

Discovery Health says if there are further surges in the virus, hospital capacity in smaller towns will come under severe strain

SA to fast-track approval of Covid-19 vaccines

The government hopes to receive its first vaccines from the Covax global vaccine distribution scheme in the second quarter of 2021

It’s official: SA’s second Covid wave has arrived

Health minister Zweli Mkhize reports 6,709 new cases, a sharp increase from September when daily infections fell as low as 1,000

First Covid-19 vaccine to be in SA by mid-2021

The government has paid an initial amount of R327m through the Solidarity Fund for vaccines that will cover 10% of the population

Stiffer penalties for breaking Covid-19 rules are necessary, Alan Winde says

But the Western Cape premier says the level 1 restrictions currently in force are enough to contain the spread of Covid-19 if everyone follows the rules

WATCH: Why is government not talking to Covid-19 vaccine role players?

Michael Avery talks to a panel about the government's response to rolling out a vaccine when it becomes available

Western Cape seeks legal advice on localised Covid-19 restrictions

National coronavirus command council to discuss tighter safety measures


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