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Coronavirus cases in South Africa now at 2,415

Health minister Dr Zweli Mkhize

The number of confirmed positive COVID-19 cases in South Africa now stands at 2,415. There have been no new deaths reported.

The number of coronavirus tests concluded to date is 87,022. Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize said more testing is being done in the public sector.

Zweli Mkhize


Gauteng (909) still leads with the number of infections followed by Western Cape (643) and KwaZulu Natal (489).

To date, 27 people have died from the virus in the country.

Meanwhile, in efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19 and protect frontline workers, South Africa received a shipment of Personal Protective Equipment from China. Coronavirus Hotline Number: 0800 029 999 from 8 am to 4 pm, Monday to Friday Help protect your loved ones by sharing this official South African government COVID-19 service with your family, friends and community.

Send HI to 0600 123 456 on WhatsApp. The NICD has another Clinician Hotline to improve #COVID19 communication and support for healthcare providers. The Clinician Hotline is 0800 11 1131, operating 24 hrs. The Public Hotline is 0800 029 999 also operating 24hrs.

In other news – Pallance Dladla aka Jabulani Zungu slams reports that he dumped Isibaya

Actor Pallance Dladla has come out to strongly dismiss reports that claimed he “dumped” Mzansi Magic show Isibaya. This after, Sunday World reported that the actor was the latest cast member to “suddenly leave” just weeks after Nomzamo Mbatha and Menzi Ngubane. In a statement sent to TshisaLIVE, the actor’s manager Wesley Gainer slammed the report.

Pallance Dladla

I have known and worked with Mr Dladla for many years. I can tell you, together with his team, that he is a mindful actor who deeply respects his work, his peers, the industry at large and its producers. As any actor he is actively pushing the boundaries of his craft by pursuing international work while securing and maintaining local contracts, such as Isibaya. Read more

Source: eNCA