SOUTH AFRICA BECOMES FIRST AFRICAN NATION TO RECORD ONE MILLION CASES OF COVID-19

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South Africa has become the first African nation to record one million coronavirus cases. This is according to new data published by the country’s health ministry yesterday. Currently suffering a second wave of infections, of which the majority are a new variant of the coronavirus, South Africa is the hardest-hit country on the African continent, with 1,004,413 infections and 26,735 deaths, the data showed. Authorities are considering re-imposing restrictions to rein in the spread of the virus, and President Cyril Ramaphosa could give a television address later this week.

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