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no responses. 04/08/2020 Natasha

South Africa needs better food price controls to shield poor people from COVID-19 fallout


South Africa needs better food price controls to shield poor people from COVID-19 fallout

By: Ihsaan Bassier, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Refiloe Joala, University of the Western Cape, and […]

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no responses. 21/07/2020 Natasha

COVID-19 school closures in South Africa and their impact on children


COVID-19 school closures in South Africa and their impact on children

By: Servaas van der Berg, Stellenbosch University Shutterstock When the new coronavirus rapidly spread across […]

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no responses. 14/07/2020 Natasha

COVID-19 vaccine trial in South Africa: everything you need to know


COVID-19 vaccine trial in South Africa: everything you need to know

By: Shabir Madhi, University of the Witwatersrand A general view during the country’s first human […]

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no responses. 07/07/2020 Natasha

COVID-19 vaccine: the challenges of running a trial in the middle of a pandemic


COVID-19 vaccine: the challenges of running a trial in the middle of a pandemic

JBy: Jeffrey Mphahlele, South African Medical Research Council A volunteer receives an injection from a […]

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no responses. 02/07/2020 Natasha

South Africa sets aside more money for COVID-19 but lacks a spending strategy


South Africa sets aside more money for COVID-19 but lacks a spending strategy

By: Alex van den Heever, University of the Witwatersrand In the short term, South Africa […]

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no responses. 25/06/2020 Natasha

Balancing privacy with public health: how well is South Africa doing?


Balancing privacy with public health: how well is South Africa doing?

By: Michael Sean Pepper, University of Pretoria and Marietjie Botes, University of Pretoria The French […]

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no responses. 25/06/2020 Ntombenhle

Kaya FM Premises Temporarily Closed due to COVID-19 Outbreak


Kaya FM Premises Temporarily Closed due to COVID-19 Outbreak

Kaya FM’s management has taken the decision to immediately close its premises, due to a […]

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no responses. 15/06/2020 Natasha

So you think investing in fever screening can curb the spread of COVID-19? Think again


So you think investing in fever screening can curb the spread of COVID-19? Think again

By: Andrea Fuller, University of the Witwatersrand and Duncan Mitchell, University of the Witwatersrand A […]

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no responses. 09/06/2020 Natasha

South Africa’s use of COVID-19 modelling has been deeply flawed. Here’s why


South Africa’s use of COVID-19 modelling has been deeply flawed. Here’s why

By: Seán Mfundza Muller, University of Johannesburg President Ramaphosa’s government is easing the lockdown because […]

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no responses. 08/06/2020 Zuko

We’re in this together: How South Africans are coping with COVID-19


We’re in this together: How South Africans are coping with COVID-19

By Zuko Komisa  Many people’s lives have been affected by the COVID 19 outbreak, and […]

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no responses. 03/06/2020 Natasha

South Africa’s military is not suited for the fight against COVID-19. Here’s why


South Africa’s military is not suited for the fight against COVID-19. Here’s why

By: Craig Bailie, Stellenbosch University South African soldiers enforcing the COVID-19 lockdown in Mitchells Plain, […]

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no responses. 26/05/2020 Natasha

How South Africa’s health system could take a hit from pandemic lawsuits


How South Africa’s health system could take a hit from pandemic lawsuits

By: Keymanthri Moodley, Stellenbosch University and Anita Kleinsmidt, Stellenbosch University A health worker drags an […]

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