Watch: Uzalo latest Episode 60 S6 Monday, 27 April 2020

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Watch: Uzalo latest Episode 60 S6 Monday, 27 April 2020

In today’s episode of Uzalo: Thulani forgets all about MaNgcobo’s threat, Gabisile takes over Sibonelo’s love life, and Fikile finds herself in a very dangerous situation.

If you missed Friday’s episode, watch it here.

Uzalo: Latest episode S6 Episode 60 on 27 April 2020

Tuesday on Uzalo

Mondli complicates the situation even more for Lilly, Nomcebo is not happy with the answer she gets from Qhabanga, and Nkunzi helps Sbu with his problem.

About Uzalo

The happenings around the Xulu family from KwaMashu have kept South Africans glued to their TV screens every weekday at 20:30 for the past three years since the show’s premiere in February 2015.

The story follows the family whose wealth was built in the murky criminal underworld, as well as the more wholesome Mdletshe family who’s day to day life, is pretty much centred around the KwaMashu Kingdom Church.

How to watch the latest episode of Uzalo

The soapie airs every weeknight on SABC 1 and you can watch on your TV or online. After the episode airs, the episodes are also made available on YouTube for seven days. Episodes are also posted right here on thesouthafrican.com as soon as they become available.

Uzalo production team

Executive Producer and creator: Duma Ndlovu
Executive Producer: Gugulethu Zuma-Ncube
Executive Producer: Pepsi Pokane
Series Producer: Mmamitse Thibedi
Head Writer: Phathutshedzo Aldrean Makwarela
Storyliners: Yolanda Mogatusi, Lehasa Moloi, Zolisa Singwanda
Head Director: Alex Yazbek
Directors: King Shaft Morapama, Bruce Molema

Source : The South African More   

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COVID-19 latest: Cases rise to 4 793, three more deaths reported

Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said that there are 247 more cases, and was sad to report a further three deaths due to the virus.

COVID-19 latest: Cases rise to 4 793, three more deaths reported

Health Minister Zweli Mkhize announced on Monday 27 April that South Africa’s COVID-19 cases have risen to 4 793, an increase of 247 since Sunday.

There have been three more reported deaths, with two fatalities in the Western Cape and one in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN).

a 79-year-old man from the Western Cape “presented with shortness of breath and chest pain,” according to the Department of Health.

“His co-morbidities included diabetes, hypertension, chronic kidney disease and cardiac disease,” they said.

A 79-year-old man from the Western Cape “presented with shortness of breath and chest pain,” they said.

“His co-morbidities included diabetes, hypertension, chronic kidney disease and cardiac disease,”

In KZN, a 54-year-old male who presented with respiratory distress died, also having had underlying diabetes.

There have also been 178 470 tests completed across the country, with 9 827 completed in the last 24 hours.

Provincial breakdown

The Western Cape remains the domestic epicentre of the pandemic, with growing cases being reported in the retail industry.

Mkhize said on Monday that the is concerned that cluster outbreaks may occur in the Province when businesses begin to open up on Friday 1 May.

“We must expect that there would be areas where we will say we can proceed with bringing up normal economic activities and open up various industries and transport routes and so on, but there will be areas where we might have to stop that and say we thought this was safe, it’s no longer safe, let’s go back,” he said.

The provincial breakdown of positive COVID-19 cases is as follows:

  • Western Cape – 1737 cases;
  • Gauteng – 1353 cases;
  • KwaZulu-Natal – 902 cases;
  • Free State – 111 cases;
  • Limpopo – 31 cases;
  • North West – 28 cases;
  • Mpumalanga – 26 cases;
  • Northern Cape – 17 cases;
  • Eastern Cape – 588 cases;
  • 9 unallocated cases.

This is a developing story.

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