President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the extension of the level 4 lockdown regulations for another 14 days, as Covid-19 positive cases continue to rise. Ramaphosa, addressing the nation on Sunday night, said his government had decided to keep the country on adjusted level 4 first implemented exactly two weeks prior. This[…]
Vinpro, a wine industry organisation, has launched an urgent interdict application against the ban on the sale of wine in the Western Cape. This follows President Cyril Ramaphosa announcement prohibiting the sale of liquor for on and off-site consumption for two weeks. The ban on the sale of alcohol comes[…]
The Democratic Alliance (DA) is expected to file court papers on Thursday to challenge the rationality of the night curfew, the ban on e-commerce and the restriction on exercise hours under the regulations. DA interim leader, John Steenhuisen, says that these restrictions are in place due to the lack of[…]
By Tauhierah Salie Western Cape authorities have urged public transport operators and commuters to adhere to all Level 4 regulations under the national lockdown, as thousands of employees head back to work this week. In a bid to keep a sinking economy afloat, the relaxed regulations now makes allowance for[…]
Higher Education, Science and Technology Minister Blade Nzimande says beyond the coronavirus pandemic, the education sector must embrace technology as a method of learning and teaching. On Thursday, Nzimande announced that the suspension of campus-based activities at tertiary institutions will continue under level 4 of the lockdown. However, online classes[…]
They looked like ghostly shapes in the early morning mist – one by one, jogging or walking briskly. And by the time they were at the beach, there was a long line of people – all making use of the 06:00 to 09:00 exercise window allowed during South Africa’s Level[…]
As of 1 May, a national curfew from 20:00 to 05:00 will be in place and it will be applicable to everyone except essential workers traveling to and from work. The country is expected to move from a Level 5 to a Level 4 lockdown, allowing limited economic activity but[…]
Authorities have issued a critical warning to water consumers in Cape Town – start saving water or we could have empty taps soon. On Monday, the City of Cape Town warned all residents and businesses to cut non-essential municipal water use immediately. The City’s Mayoral Committee is expected to recommend[…]
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