Tags : South Africa

America Donates 4 Million Doses Of Covid-19 Vaccine To Nigeria

Nigeria would receive 4 million doses of the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine from the United States of America, according to White House officials. The US government announced it had on Wednesday shipped nearly 10 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines to two of the most populous African countries – Nigeria and South Africa – as the continent […]Read More

Africa: Nigeria Leads Mobile App Downloads

Reports by Appsflyer and Google have published that Nigeria is leading the growth of Africa’s Mobile app installs with a 43% rise between Q1 2020 and Q1 2021. South Africa’s market increased by 37% and Kenya increased by  29%. Africa is one of the fastest-growing regions in the app market. With a young and mobile-savvy […]Read More

South Africa Orders Tighter Covid-19 Restrictions

The South African government has reinstated strict Covid-19 restrictions on public gathering and Liquor sales as the country record a surge of Covid-19 cases. According to the health ministry,  COVID-19 related admissions have increased by 59% over the past two weeks. According to Johns Hopkins University, South Africa’s seven-day rolling average of daily new cases […]Read More

South Africa Opens Drive-Through Vaccination Centres

Following criticism for the slow pace of the vaccination campaign, the South African government has set up drive-through vaccinations centres to allow for faster, easy and safe services. The country which recently expanded the campaign to cover people over the age of 60, has now introduced the drive-through system which citizens agree fosters the sense […]Read More

South Africa Imposes Ban On Alchohol Takeouts Over Easter

The South African Government has enforced a ban of the sale of take-away alcohol ahead of Easter holiday to prevent the spread of Coronavirus infections. The President in his national address pointed that the restriction was enforced to control reckless behaviour by individuals and prevent gatherings that do not comply with the Covid-19 safety protocol. […]Read More