In the past two weeks, the number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in South Africa doubled from 50 000 to 100 000.

It took 95 days for the country to reach 50 000 cases, between 5 March and 8 June, but only 14 days to record another 50 000 cases between 9 and 22 June.

The Western Cape, by far the hardest hit province, was forced to adopt a more targeted testing strategy early in May.

Have a listen to the interview with Aden and Darren here