Linkhttps://twitter.com/HeraldNMB/status/1451517552589479940?t=X-WTnDYfTnUpD8EEebaZQA&s=08 'We are not over this pandemic' - what Prof Salim Abdool Karim says around fourth wave Prof Salim Abdool Karim says SA "isn't over the Covid-19 pandemic", notwithstanding Covid weariness setting in. Talking on Algoa FM this week, Abdool Karim cautioned the pandemic is "not finished with us" and anticipated another rush of contaminations was drawing closer.
Education is the gateway to a better life. Many children from impoverished families do not have that luxury of studying in a well knit room. Some simply have to compromise in order to do their school work. But that compromise often comes with hazards of its own.
Sources: https://www.facebook.com/103821004485448/posts/394447082089504/?d=n Salim Khamis, a Grade 6 pupil at Jola Urabi Primary in Shanzu who was caught on camera doing homework under street lights received help from people who wanted the best. According to Gift A Girl Child Initiative Diana Chitsaka Mwangala, Salim received a solar panel, battery, switches, foundations, inverter, and bulbs to help her and her siblings learn and complete their homework even at night.
Koko Matshela has revealed some interesting story on his official Twitter account.Matshela recently appeared before the state capture commission to give some evidence in relation to Eskom.
Professor Salim gives answer to conflict regarding COVID-19's transmissions among learners in school
The Chairman of the ministerial advisory committee on COVID-19, Professor Salim Abdool Karim, has responded to the current hullabaloo regarding the reopening of schools. Professor Karim said that the research available globally at this stage showed that children played a small role in transmitting the virus. "Their relative contribution is fairly small. Other members of the family have a higher likelihood of picking it up when they go shopping or when they meet with others. Professor said as at present the
The Economic Freedom Fighters have issued a media statement in reaction to the department of Basic Education's proposal to reopen school. The red berets describe the move as reckless and homicidial. The department has presented the phased school reopening plan to cabinet and parliament portfolio committee on education. The plan is for schools to reopen from 4 May. Exit grades, seven and 12 will be the first to return to class followed by the Grade six's and eleven's and so on. The Grade R's, one's and two's
"We cannot stop this virus from spreading. We have to find a way of living with it." These are the famous words uttered by South Africa's top epidemiologists Quarraisha and Salim Abdool Karim. Salim is the chairperson of the ministerial advisory committee on Covid19. The question that comes to mind is, when is the coronavirus going to end? The correct answer is, no one knows and with the way infections are spreading there is still a long way to go with this virus. Instead of the nation to continue hiding fr
Salim Abdool Karim Should Get Vaccinated First Professor Salim Abdool Karim, Chairperson of the Health Department's Ministerial Advisory Committee, pictured above, talked to eNCA's Anlie Hattingh, pictured below. And accused fake news of causing doubts about the COVID-19 vaccine, and creating problems on social media. Salim Abdool Karim, Chairperson of the Ministerial Advisory explained that people need to quit fear mongering around the vaccine. Salim was asked the basic questions about COVID-19, like if it
14/08/2020 Professor Salim abdool Karim, the Ministerial Advisory Committee Chairperson advises the government to not ease the mass gathering ban as they consider the relaxation of the lockdown rules. This is after the talks of moving to lockdown level 2 continues to gain momentum. Every citizen of south africa seem to be looking forward to the upliftment of most of the bans. Karim has aid that as a country we should move to the next lockdown level with caution, to avoid a drastic rise again in the corona virus
Professor Salim abdool Karim says within ten days South Africa should expect a rise in COVID-19 cases. He said this will come with the reopening of some economic sectors. He said we need to be aware that the threat is always present. He further said we need to ensure that infections continue to decline. We expect that there may be a small increase in cases around the 28 August. If we don't see that or if we see a small increase, we can be confident that the easing has not had a major impact. He urging south
Due to some reopening of some economic sectors, there is less precaution measures to be followed considering the daily exercise and objects and people that one comes in contact with. It is within a short period of ten days that Professor Salim Abdool Karim predicted a rise in COVID-19 cases. The prediction is said to come in the reopening of some economic sectors. The level 2 lockdown is no more a lockdown in action but a state of mind and inapplicable theory. South Africans need to wake up as a responsible
Statistically & Demographically For South Africa To Reach Those Covid Positive Cases From December Till Now. They Have To Be Testing About 6 Million People Per Week & According To Stats-SA We Have About 65 Million People Which Will Means It Would Take 11 Weeks To Get The Entire Country Tested. Mathematically The Numbers Don't Make Sense Because Majority Of People In The Country Haven't Tested But The Numbers Of Cases Is Rapid High, There Was A Recent Online SABC Post That Says In The Last 24 Hours Cycle 21 832