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Saul warns against ‘unnecessary testing’

Saul stated that there was no way that the Province could embrace any form of malice to hide figures regarding the virus. “If we did not give a true reflection of the figures, we would have seen a massive increase in the number of fatalities.”

Coronavirus spreading aggressively in South Africa

Covid-19 has swept through the country in a matter of just four months, with cases rising from two infections on March 7 to over 215 000 cases on July 7

Power plant offering bursaries to Kenhardt residents

The four bursaries are available for 2020 and are open to new artisan study applications, in addition to local teaching, nursing, and artisan students who need assistance with tuition fees for 2020.

Magareng residents in the dark after Eskom cuts power due to...

Eskom said four local municipalities had made agreements with it to prevent electricity supply interruptions which were scheduled to start today..

Eskom urges residents to use electricity sparingly, says system is severely...

Power utility says two generation units, one at Medupi and another at the Tutuka power stations, tripped and has left the system under serious pressure

Education dept offices closed in Kimberley

The department's district and head office in Kimberley were closed following cases of Covid-19.

Kimberley residents can brace for water cuts

The proposed water cuts will take place this weekend to allow the municipality to conduct minor maintenance work.

Two more in court for alleged NC Health tender fraud

According to the Hawks, the former CEO of the Kimberley Hospital, Gordon Moncho, together with Naledi Moncho, appeared in court today in connection with the awarding of construction tenders for Kimberley's Department of Health.

How risky is it to eat in a restaurant during Covid-19...

There is some risk, but health officials say there are precautions you can take to minimise the chances you'll be exposed to the virus.

Workers at mall fear exposure to virus

Concerns have been raised by shoppers and employees at the Diamond Pavilion Mall in Kimberley after a retail store in the centre was apparently closed and fumigated on Monday.