SAFM 7am News Bulletin

Gauteng Premier David Makhura says while there has been a decline in the rate of new daily coronavirus infections in the province, it doesn't mean the worst is over. More than one-thousand-932 of the seven-thousand-812 Covid-19-related deaths recorded in the country are in Gauteng. Speaking at the Provincial Command Council briefing in Johannesburg today, Makhura also expressed concern over people who are hosting house parties and those attending funerals in large numbers. Makhura says the re-implementation of the ban on the sale of alcohol has given a much-needed reprieve to hospitals.....

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(Yes the number of daily infections over the last two weeks especially of July have been coming down. We don;t want to say to our people of Gauteng that the storm has pass. The storm has not passed, we're still in the midst of that storm. So we need to do all the necessary precautions and we don't need the police to be policing our behaviour, to save more lives.)

Wisani Makhubele jhb 30/07/2020 mvb Rhulani