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At-Home Date Night Ideas

Order A Date Factory Box! We came across this company years ago and love what they have to offer couples who are looking for a unique at-home date night experience. Date Factory makes date night easy by planning, packing and shipping a complete date night in a discreet box, right to your doorstep. There's a […]

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New study finds coronavirus can survive for 28 days on some surfaces

A new study found that at 20 degrees Celsius, the novel coronavirus was "extremely robust" on smooth surfaces, and could survive for 28 days. The coronavirus that causes COVID-19 can survive on items such as banknotes and phones for up to 28 days in cool, dark conditions, according to a study by Australia’s national science agency. […]

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UIF coronavirus Ters payments to resume on Monday

The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) has further called on employers to submit all outstanding information on its system, to ensure that workers have been paid Payments from the COVID-19 Temporary Employee Relief Scheme (Ters) are set to continue once again from Monday, 21 September 2020. The disbursements had been placed on hold after Auditor-General, Kimi […]

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COVID Alert SA: Is it safe to download the new coronavirus app?

Cyril Ramaphosa has implored all South Africans to download the new coronavirus app: Here's what the experts think of the 'COVID Alert SA' feature. President Ramaphosa revealed on Wednesday night that he wants ‘everybody with a smartphone in South Africa’ to download the new coronavirus app, developed by the government to assist with track and […]

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Germany hosts concerts to study how coronavirus spreads

On Saturday 22 August, three concerts were hosted in Leipzig, Germany as part of an experiment to understand how the coronavirus spreads in large indoor stadium events. The study was organised by German scientists at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg and featured three concerts, headlined by German singer Tim Bendzko. The experiment, titled Restart-19, saw 1,500 […]

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African leagues: Moroccan, Egyptian clubs hit by coronavirus

Morocco and Egypt were among the African leagues that were forced to postpone matches due to the virus this weekend. More than 20 positive tests for coronavirus at several clubs led to the postponement or cancellation of African league matches at the weekend.    African leagues hit by coronavirus Three matchday 22 fixtures were called […]

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Ramaphosa: ‘Together we can eradicate coronavirus’

President Cyril Ramaphosa has said after a rapid rise in infections over the last two months, the daily increase in infections appears to be stabilising, particularly in the Western Cape, Gauteng and Eastern Cape South Africa has worryingly breached more than 500 000 cases of the coronavirus, and it is in that respect that President Cyril […]

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Barcelona legend Xavi tests positive for coronavirus

Al Sadd head coach and Barcelona legend Xavi becomes the latest high-profile sporting personality to test positive for the coronavirus. Former Barcelona midfield maestro Xavi Hernández has confirmed that he tested positive for the coronavirus. The Al-Sadd coach has been preparing for the restart of the season in Qatar, which was suspended in March, but […]

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Google to cut advertising that goes against the coronavirus ‘consensus’

The world’s largest internet search provider, Google, says it will ban advertisements from web pages that challenge the 'authoritative scientific consensus'. Google has already banned adverts promoting phony coronavirus cures or touting “medical misinformation,” but the tech giant went one step further last week, telling CNBC that it will ban publishers from displaying Google ads […]

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Coronavirus: UK Summer economic update

The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak continued with his campaign to support the business and jobs community on 8 July 2020, as firms engage with the disruption caused by the coronavirus outbreak and the measures taken to control infection. The main thrust of his announcements during his Summer Economic update concerned his nominated Plan for Jobs 2020. […]

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Every district in SA ‘is now a coronavirus hot-spot’ – Mkhize explains why

From 52 districts, South Africa has 52 coronavirus hot-spots. That's according to Zweli Mkhize, who explained how health officials made this classification. Well, that’s something to catch the eye. Health Minister Zweli Mkhize has revealed that, due to the way infection rates are defined in South Africa, every single district in the country can now […]

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Boots The House Down Party Vol.2

What Is It? Get ready for volume 2 of the biggest LGBTQI+ virtual party South Africa has seen this year! You will be entertained by some of SA's top DJ's, Entertainers and Drag Artists, as well as special international guest, DJ Kara!   View this post on Instagram   Los Angeles based, DJ Kara will […]

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Peace Out Bro! The Flower Power Hour Trivia Night

What Is It? This 5 round quiz is all about the music, fashion, history, movies, and pop culture of the 60's! So put on your tie-dye and get ready to fully immerse yourself throughout the trivia night! On the day of the event, you will receive a link to the Zoom-Room in your email, please […]

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Miles4Mandela Virtual Fundraiser Run

What Is It? Miles4Mandela Virtual Fundraiser Run is a Mandela Day fundraiser for the young learners of Dr Knak Primary School in Alexandra and Phuthumani Primary School in Tembisa. Proceeds from the fundraiser will go towards the creation and distribution of COVID-19 hygiene packs to the learners. Runners choose their own route, and may run […]

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WONDERboom to Stream LIVE!

What Is It? Following the success of their latest single "Rabbit Hole", WONDERboom takes to the virtual stage again on 18 July 2020 - the band "can't wait to welcome our friends back into our WONDERworld." and will stream live to audiences throughout South Africa. To get your hands on some tickets for this dedicated […]

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Gauteng preparing ‘1.5 million grave sites’ as coronavirus cases soar

The digging of mass grave sites in Gauteng has come under serious scrutiny. More than 1.5 million graves are being dug in the Gauteng province, as government prepares for the worst-case scenario and an immense coronavirus-related death toll. Gauteng Health MEC Bandile Masuku confirmed the morbid news on Wednesday afternoon, noting that while the discussions […]

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Coronavirus hot-spots: North West, Free State now on Mkhize’s radar

Our coronavirus hot-spots may not just be confined to the Western Cape or Gauteng. Both North West and Free State are giving Zweli Mkhize another headache. Zweli Mkhize appeared in a hybrid session of Parliament on Wednesday, addressing the house about the government’s ongoing response to the coronavirus crisis. The health minister was unable to […]

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Student and staff in rising new DUT coronavirus cases

The Durban University of Technology COVID-19 Response Task Team has confirmed nine positive cases of coronavirus. The Durban University of Technology COVID-19 Response Task Team has confirmed nine positive cases of coronavirus, in a statement released on Tuesday 7 July 2020. “The latest two confirmed COVID-19 cases included a student and a staff member, who […]

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Coronavirus: The last countries in the world without any cases

As few as 10 countries have managed to avoid coronavirus so far, with zero cases reported in a handful of locations across the world. As far as years go, 2020 can be considered a total wipeout. Coronavirus has surfaced in every corner of the globe, infecting almost 12 million people and killing over 500 000. […]

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Broadway actor Nick Cordero dies from coronavirus after months in ICU

Broadway and TV actor Nick Cordero, who spent months in intensive care being treated for the coronavirus and lost his leg from complications, died Sunday, his wife said. He was 41 years old. “My darling husband passed away this morning. He was surrounded in love by his family, singing and praying as he gently left this earth,” […]

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