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The following is fake news:
26 May: COVID-19 youth brigades recruitment
14 May: Masks
12 May: SASSA
8 May: Unemployment Grant
27 April: Applying for Social Relief of Distress on WhatsApp
26 April: SASSA Whatsapp line for R350 grant
24 April: Social development
23 April: Phases
20 April: Bottle stores reopen on 22 April
12 April: Minister announces liquor trading hours
9 April: Food Parcels
8 April: Easter eggs
7 April: Foreign nations to depart South Africa
1 April: Normal school day
5 April: Misleading video clip on COVID-19 test kits
31 March: 90 day lockdown
30 March: I have tried to reach you since I tested positive...
28 March: Cosmic rays pass close to earth - turn off phones, etc.
27 March: Loss of soldiers
26 March: Letter for closure of all learning institutions
25 March: Schools opening date might be carried to the 10th of September
24 March: List of critical services required during the imposition of restricted movement during COVID-19
23 March: Restrictions on movement
22 March: Landlords barred from collecting house rent for the next 90 days
21 March: Chinese nationals buying their way into the country
20 March - Pres Ramaphosa - helicopters spraying chemicals solutions
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