South Africa’s daily coronavirus infections continue climbing, with 4,373 tests coming back positive over the past 24-hour reporting cycle, with Gauteng accounting for 72% of them.
Sadly, another 21 fatalities were also recorded over the same time frame, with the country’s national death toll now at 89,843.
On the vaccine front, 25.6 million jabs have been administered here on home soil but many people still need to go and get their second Pfizer shots.
As of today the cumulative number of #COVID19 cases identified in SA is 2 968 052 with 4 373 new cases reported. Today 21 deaths have been reported bringing the total to 89 843 deaths. The cumulative number of recoveries now stand at 2 849 558 with a recovery rate of 96,0% pic.twitter.com/UxKBYuaEzw
— Department of Health (@HealthZA) November 30, 2021
In other news – Kaya FM drama: Unathi Nkayi breathes fire as close friend leaks more dirty secrets
Former radio host Unathi Nkayi has allegedly instructed her legal team to sue Gauteng-based radio station Kaya FM and prominent radio presenter Sizwe Dhlomo after she was dismissed from the station a week ago.
In a video statement released on her Instagram page on Friday, Nkayi confirmed that her lawyers were currently dealing with her dismissal from the radio station following a heated verbal altercation with fellow DJ Sizwe Dhlomo. Learn More