The Weekend View

SAFM  |  Podcast , ±14 min episodes every 2 days  |  Broadcast schedule  | 
Current Affairs programme which provides listeners with the latest local and International news hosted by Elvis Preslin. Tune in 104-107 every Saturday and Sunday morning from 6 to 7 am

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30
MAY

LEVEL THREE LOCKDOWN AND IMPACT ON HOTSPOT AREAS

The whole of South Africa from the 1st of June will now move to a Level three lockdown. According to the Minister of health, Dr Zweli Mkhize, there will be constant assessment of every area, as well as its rate of infection. This morning we look at the hotspot areas and how they will be impacted by this move. Last week , President Cyril Ramaphosa said coronavirus hotspots could be moved back to alert level 4 or 5 at any time if there is a need. People are still urged to take it upon themselves to maintain social distancing, wash or sanitise their hands and wear masks. For more Udo Carelse spoke to Professor Tulio de Oliveira , Director of the KWAZULU-NATAL Research Innovation and Sequencing Platform at UKZN (KRISP)
24
MAY

TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS STUDENTS TO RETURN TO CAMPUS IN A PHASED-IN PROCESS

Students from universities and TVET colleges will have a staggered return to campus, of not more than 33 per cent at a time, during the different lockdown levels. Higher Education Minister, Blade Nzimande, revealed this during a media briefing in Pretoria yesterday. Tertiary institutions closed at the beginning of the lockdown at the end of March. However, some have since resumed online lectures. Nzimande says students will only be allowed back on campus once tertiary institutions have given the necessary assurances for their safety. Maluti Obuseng reports ...

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