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 COVID-19, which first emerged in Wuhan, China in December 2019, is relentlessly sweeping across the world. Here's how your blood type affects your response and recovery.

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Almost immediately after the Covid-19 virus hit SA shores, South Africans began posting on social media. From memes featuring prominent politicians to bad puns, from TikTok video clips to pictures of people posing with silly home-made protective gear, South Africans took to Twitter, WhatsApp and Facebook to make fun of the virus. The question is, will this lead to the further spread of misinformation among citizens?

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The CCMA has released an urgent directive in response to the Covid-19 outbreak in South Africa. It highlights the directive issued by the President of the Republic of South Africa, the guidelines for the containment of the Coronavirus in the public service, and the protocols issued by the National Institute for Communicable Diseases.

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The world will continue to change rapidly over the following months. Businesses are closing to prevent the spread of the deadly Covid-19 virus and productivity may suffer. To prevent this, Linkedin announced the release of 16 FREE online courses designed to make remote workers productive. Gain access now!

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With 64 active cases of the COVID-19 (Corona) virus in South Africa, institutions across the globe are taking drastic but necessary steps to prevent the spread of the deadly virus. UCT and Wits university are among these establishments after the news that a Wits medical student and UCT staff member both tested positive for the virus.

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Telkom SA announced on Monday that it will be granting South Africa’s tertiary-level students free access to a range of SA’s higher education websites and resources in the wake of the Noval Coronavirus outbreak in the country.

Government is taking urgent and drastic measures to deal with the Coronavirus threat including closing all public schools later this week. Click here for full details on Universities and Colleges

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