In light of the current situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic we reached out to our 2020 students and would like to extend this notice to our community following our blog.
We are aware of the disruption this has brought to our student’s studies and academic year. We will continue to monitor the situation with the universities and college’s regarding their functioning and operation during these times as well as the effect this has on the academic year.
We have encouraged our students to follow social distancing practices over the past two weeks and now, with the news of our 21 day lock down, we extend our best wishes and support to our students during this time knowing they will embrace this request from Cyril Ramaphosa. To view the presidents latest address click here.
For more information on Covid-19 we have supplied some factual links for reference.
- 7 Steps to prevent the spread here.
If you are concerned that you may be infected then please follow the necessary processes and contact your healthcare provider by telephone to arrange testing and please self-quarantine.
- Know the symptoms: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jD2xd3Cv80
- Coronavirus Hotline Number: 0800 029 999 from 8am to 4pm, Monday to Friday.
- To stay up-to-date with correct news you can save the number 0600 123 456 on your phone and WhatsApp “HI” to this contact. This is not a Whatsapp Group and you will not be spammed. It provides you with correct and factual information using an interactive menu. Follow the prompt to get details on what information you would like. Reply “MENU” to return to the main menu.
- The presidents latest speech.
- Supporting the vulnerable with a contribution to the Solidarity Fund.
As a closing note The Harry Crossley and Doris Crossley Foundations will remain open during this time however we will be working remotely from our homes during lock down. We pray for our fellow South Africans and commend each and every person for following this crucial government instruction to keeping the vulnerable safe. We are positive that we will get through this together as South Africans.