Watch: Generations The Legacy latest Episode 116 S29 – Monday, 4 May 2020

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Watch: Generations The Legacy latest Episode 116 S29 – Monday, 4 May 2020

Tonight on Generations The Legacy: Tracy is ready to take back her power. Cosmo is worried Mei’s suspicions might be right. Lesedi has no idea her world’s about to fall apart…

Watch: Generations The Legacy latest episode – 4 May 2020

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Tuesday on Generations: The Legacy

Brian is shocked but impressed by what goes down at his house. Grace conspires with her son. Boipelo thinks there’s only solution – to have it out, woman to woman.

What is Generations: The Legacy?

Nontle is worried when it seems like her love potion worked. Jerah’s lies are fast catching up with him. Mazwi is furious about his brother’s betrayal.

A place where drama, suspense and intrigue are the name of the game when you’re up against enemies you don’t even know you have. A place where people will stop at nothing to get their lovers even if it means resorting to violence, seduction and even murder.

Where can I watch Generations: The Legacy episodes?

Episodes air on SABC1 Mondays to Fridays at 20:00, DSTV Channel 191. If you’re unable to catch the latest episode when it airs, we’ll be publishing full episodes from the SABC. Stick with us, and you’ll never miss an episode again.

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COVID-19 latest: Cases rise to 7 220, deaths increase by seven

There have been seven more deaths on Monday 4 May as South Africa's COVID-19 caseload continues to mount. There have been 2 746 recoveries.

COVID-19 latest: Cases rise to 7 220, deaths increase by seven

Health Minister Zweli Mkhize announced on Monday 4 May that South Africa now has 7 220 positive COVID-19 cases on its hands, with seven more deaths reported since Sunday.

This represents an increase in cases of 437. There are currently 411 people hospitalised, which translates to around 5% of all patients. 

He said that 257 541 tests have been completed to date and that 2 746 people have recovered from the virus across the country.

Six of the latest deaths occurred in the Western Cape with one death in KaZulu-Natal (KZN).

Provincial breakdown:

At the time of publishing, the Western Cape still has the most confirmed cases with a total of 3 362, followed by Gauteng with 1 661 cases, KwaZulu-Natal with 1 106 and Eastern Cape with 814 cases.

In addition, 125 cases have been confirmed for the Free State, along with 39 confirmed cases in Limpopo, 53 cases in Mpumalanga, 25 cases in the Northern Cape and 35 cases in North West. 

Flu-season setting in

Mkhize said that South Africa’s response to the pandemic seems to be holding up well, with our national mortality rate lower than the global average.

“Our mortality rte has remained stable at around 1.9% since the first death was reported. This is belo the world’s average which is 3.4% as estimated by the world health organisation. 

“As a reminder to all South Africans, the principle o flattening the urge is to limit the spread of the infection such that the numbers do not rise to the extent that they overwhelm the health care system.”

He warned that with the climate getting cooler as winter starts to set in, SOuth Africans will be more vulnerable to other diseases, such as influenza.

“As winter sets in we will be confronted by the additional burden of influenza and other pneumonias, bronchiolitisis in children, exacerbations of asthma and chronic obstructive airways disease and winter related trauma, such as burn injuries.”

“I therefore urge each and every South African to continue to play your part in easing the loaded on the health care system – stay home if you do not have to venture out, wear a mask at all times in public places, wash your hands regularly and disinfect surfaces you normally come into contact with.”

This is a developing story

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