Seaview Predator Park paid tribute to David Solomon, who had worked at the park for 15 years and known the animals since they were cubs.
"Our priority now is to make sure there are enough hospital beds, enough health workers, enough ventilators, and enough oxygen to give the best possible care to every person who needs it," President Cyril Ramaphosa said.
A 22-year-old contestant for the title of Miss South Africa, who was abandoned as a baby, is encouraging those down on their luck in a spirited message of hope.
South Africa will discard about two million Johnson & Johnson vaccines after the U.S. FDA deemed them unsuitable for use. The administration believes the doses may have been manufactured with contaminated ingredients from a Baltimore facility.
The president was talking about how the United States and Russia can work together to help the people of "Libya."
"I just [prayed] for God to help me deliver all my children in a healthy condition, and for me and my children to come out alive," the new mom of 10 reportedly said.
The prime minister is also pushing to have 1 million shots administered daily so all of the country's 36 million older adults will be fully vaccinated by the end of July, in time for the Olympics.
The CDC director for Africa said he is "optimistic the U.S. will lift its hold on 1.1 million J&J vaccines currently detained in South Africa. The doses were held following contamination concerns at a U.S. facility.
After contamination concerns at a U.S. factory, more than 1 million Johnson & Johnson vaccines are sitting unused in a South African pharmaceutical facility.
Sello Abram Mapunya, 33, was sentenced in Pretoria, South Africa, for dozens of rapes over five years.
The 34-year-old from South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal province was arrested in December 2019, and made several court appearances before he pleaded guilty on Monday.
The video went viral and was viewed over 11 million times. People lauded driver Leo Prinsloo for his getaway skills.
For health workers, the pandemic has lingered in their days and nights long after the public applause quieted. And yet, they remain at the forefront of efforts to save lives and curb the spread of COVID.
Jason Arnold, a Durban-based snake catcher, showed off on Facebook live when he demonstrated his impressive snake-catching skills.
The ambush happened in Pietermaritzburg in South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal province. The vans were carrying more than 45 inmates who were being transferred from prison to a court.
The comments came after a set of wildfires ignited over parts of South Africa's Table Mountain in Cape Town and eventually spread to the university's campus.
Seven-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier Jessie rescued 13-year-old Pomeranian Chucky from a pool when their owners were out.
The fires have damaged and destroyed other historic buildings, including the oldest working windmill in South Africa.
The billionaire investor began his philanthropy in South Africa in the late 1970s.
The 22-year-old man who recorded the footage described "heartache" after the lion killed his "favourite animal" in front of the group.
The public has been asked to avoid a section of the Western Cape region's Breede River after an outbreak of Nile Crocs in South Africa this week.
Andrew Cuomo has urged residents to be extra vigilant as scientists rush to test existing vaccines against the variant.
Tanzania President John Magufuli's bizarre denial of COVID-19 echoes the disastrous mistakes of Thabo Mbeki, South Africa's former president, who famously denied the existence of HIV and AIDS.
Health officials first detected the variant, which seems to spread more rapidly, in the U.S. toward the end of January.
Its efficacy against the new 501Y.V2 variant fell far below the 50 percent benchmark that regulators have set for COVID-19 vaccines.
"We are being prudently cautious by already making moves toward developing booster shots that would specifically cover the mutants," Fauci said, confirming that both Pfizer and Moderna's COVID vaccines remain effective against South Africa's B.1.351 and the United Kingdom's B.1.1.7 strain.
The South African variant—known as 501Y.V2—has now spread to at least 20 nations around the world.