WEDNESDAY 05 AUGUST
As of today, the total number of confirmed #COVID19 cases is 529 877, the total number of deaths is 9 298 and the total number of recoveries is 377 266.
TUESDAY 04 AUGUST
As of today, the total number of confirmed #COVID19 cases is 521 318, the total number of deaths is 8 884 and the total number of recoveries is 363 751.
MONDAY 03 AUGUST
There are 5 378 new Coronavirus cases reported in the past 24 hours.
Data provided by the National Institute for Communicable Diseases indicates that women have been more infected and compared to men and the most infected age group is between 30-39 years.
To date, the number of women who have been infected stands at 297 713, and men that were infected by the virus are 215 495, the total number includes those that have recovered as well.
SUNDAY 02 AUGUST
Health Minister Zweli Mkhiwe has announced that the current national Coronavirus recoveries stand at 347227.
THURSDAY 30 JULY
As of Thursday, there are 482 169 confirmed #COVID-19 cases in South Africa with 11 046 new cases identified.
315 new COVID-19 related deaths were reported with 121 from Eastern Cape, 96 from Gauteng, 55 from KwaZulu-Natal, and 34 from Western Cape and 9 from North West.
This brings the cumulative number of deaths to 7 812.
WEDNESDAY 29 JULY 2020
The Gauteng Health department has announced that 102 519 people have recovered from the Coronavirus.
The total number of confirmed cases in Gauteng stands at 164 548 and out of the 74 106 contacts that were traced, 53 677 people completed the 14 days monitoring period with no symptoms reported.
TUESDAY 28 JULY 2020
As of today, the total number of confirmed #COVID19 cases is 459 761, the total number of deaths is 7 257 and the total number of recoveries is 287 313.
MONDAY 27 JULY
As of today, the total number of confirmed #COVID19 cases is 452 529, the total number of deaths is 7 067 and the total number of recoveries is 274 925.
SUNDAY 26 JULY
As of Sunday, the total number of Covid-19 tests conducted is 2 773 778 with 42 966 new tests conducted since the last report.
According to the National Institute of Communicable Diseases (NICD), there are 114 new COVID-19 related deaths: 7 from Eastern Cape, 29 from Gauteng, 12 from KwaZulu Natal, 30 from Western Cape, 34 from Limpopo and 2 from Northern Cape. This brings the cumulative number of deaths to 6 769.
SATURDAY 25 JULY
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize on Saturday said there had been 312 new deaths related to Covid-19 over the past 24 hours, taking the country's death toll to 6 655.
The minister also announced 12 204 new infections of Covid-19, which brings the total of confirmed cases to 434 200.
Of the 312 new deaths, 209 were in Gauteng, 44 in the Eastern Cape, 37 in KwaZulu-Natal, 18 from the Western Cape and four in the Northern Cape.
"We convey our condolences to the loved ones of the departed and thank the healthcare workers who treated the deceased," said Mkhize.
He also said the number of recoveries was at 263 054, which translates to a recovery rate of 60.6%.
"The total number of tests conducted to date is 2 730 812, with 46 324 new tests conducted since the last report," said Mkhize.
Thursday, 23 JULY
Gauteng currently has 70 270 active Coronavirus cases, but also has the highest recovery rate at 77 397.
While KwaZulu Natal has the second highest active cases with 34105 cases and 18 786 recoveries.
On Thursday, there were 13 104 new Coronavirus positive cases reported and 153 deaths.
WEDNESDAY, 22 JULY
There were 572 deaths reported on Wednesday of which 400 are from the Eastern Cape alone.
While the number of people who have recovered from the Coronavirus stands at 229 175.
Tuesday, 21 July
As of today, the total number of confirmed #COVID19 cases is 381 798, the total number of deaths is 5 368 and the total number of recoveries is 208 144.
Monday. 20 July
As of Monday, the total number of Covid-19 tests that were conducted were 33 899 and 140 more people died due to the Coronavirus.
SUNDAY, 19 JULY
As of today, the total number of confirmed #COVID19 cases is 364 328, the total number of deaths is 5 033 and the total number of recoveries is 191 059.
As of today, a cumulative total of 350 879 confirmed COVID-19 cases in South Africa have been recorded with 13 285 new cases identified.
AS of Thursday, the number of people who lost their lives due to the Coronavirus stands at 4669.
An increase of 216 since Wednesday, 86 of the people are from Gauteng, 47 from the Western Cape, 25 from the Eastern Cape, 41 from KwaZulu Natal, 10 from the Free State, and 7 from Mpumalanga.
MZANSI’s corona virus cases have passed the 300 000 mark.
Although the current death toll of 4453 is still below the global average,South African is now in the top 10 of the highest recorded corona cases.
Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize has just released his latest statistics which show that Gauteng still leads with 112 714 cases.
On Sunday during his address to the nation President Ramaphosa warned Mzansi that the Covid-19 storm had arrived.
Yesterday Minister Mkhize defended the suspension of booze sales saying , “it will be inexcusable for hospital beds blocked by something preventable such as the consumption of alchohol.”
The country’s biggest teacher union Sadtu has called for schools to be closed until the Covid peak passes.
THE current number of COVID-19 related deaths stands at 4 346.
With Gauteng reporting 82 deaths in one day, the western Cape reported 44 cases, the Northern Cape reported 4 cases, and KwaZulu Natal reported 27 deaths.
As of Tuesday, the number of people that have recovered from the novel virus is 143 279, which translates to a 49 % recovery rate.
As of Monday, the Gauteng province has more than 100 000 COVID-19 positive cases.
The number of confirmed recoveries stands at countrywide stands at 138 241, with the Western Cape having recorded the most recoveries at 59492 and Gauteng in second place with 33514.