Cabinet has eased lockdown restrictions around travel which will allow individuals to leave their homes for leisure travel within the province they currently live in. It has also moved the curfew to an hour later at night to allow restaurants more time to serve dinner to their customers. This means[…]
Hunting, self-drive visits to private or public game reserves and national parks, as well as recreational fishing are among the activities that will be allowed under level 3 of the national lockdown, the department of environment, forestry and fisheries has announced on Monday. “The directions that guide marine and freshwater[…]
Western Cape Premier Alan Winde has called for caution as thousands of people prepare to return to work on Monday when Level 3 of the lockdown comes into effect. He’s appealed to employers and employees to adhere to the strict safety regulations. The Western Cape has more than 19 000[…]
Cape Town Mayor Dan Plato says his office has written to Cooperative Governance Minister requesting the opening of beaches, public parks, and reserves during of the lockdown. Plato says these open spaces allow people to follow protocols such as social distance, as opposed to . Plato says many residents have[…]
Sport, Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa says all professional non-contact sport can resume, however, without spectators under Level 3 of the nationwide lockdown. Addressing the media in Pretoria on Saturday, Mthethwa says all professional athletes who participate in contact and non-contact sport can start training from Monday. The Minister[…]
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