In a bid to ensure that global halal standards are met and maintained, the Halal Centre of Excellence South Africa (HCESA) is seeking to integrate a successful halal training for consumers and Halal Certifying Bodies (HCB) alike. On Saturday, HCESA hosted a virtual celebration of its one year anniversary through[…]
A number of new directives have been published to update South Africa’s lockdown rules. These include the re-opening of old age homes as well as pre-schools. The country is waiting in anticipation to hear whether President Cyril Ramaphosa will announce the move down to lockdown level 1 later this week,[…]
South Africa could move to level 1 lockdown next week, when president Cyril Ramaphosa addresses the nation as promised during a recent meeting with the South African National Editors Forum (Sanef). Citing senior officials, who are privy to meetings at the National Coronavirus Command Council, City Press reported that the[…]
The Restaurant Association of South Africa (Rasa) says it is in talks with the government over relaxing the overnight curfew and to get clarity on the operations of pubs in the country. The restaurant association says some establishments in the country are blatantly flouting the overnight curfew and lockdown regulations[…]
Government’s new regulations allowing for 100% seating in taxis for short-distance trips cannot be backed up by science and will do nothing to stop the spread of Covid-19, a top scientist has said. Professor Shabir Madhi, professor of vaccinology at the University of the Witwatersrand who will take up the[…]
Masks, constant sanitising, social distance and the keeping of records will be compulsory when restaurants and conference venues open this Monday. Tourism Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane has encouraged South Africans to support restaurants while adhering to the stringent regulations, like wearing a mask, except when eating or drinking. Restaurants are still[…]
Cabinet has announced that it will seek leave to appeal the judgment of the High Court in Pretoria on lockdown regulations. Minister in the Presidency, Jackson Mthembu told the media in Pretoria Thursday afternoon that the cabinet believes it has followed all the right steps in its approach to COVID-19.[…]
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[…]
The South African government on Thursday said learners who commute daily across borders to attend school in South Africa will be allowed to commute during the level 3 of the lockdown which begins on 1 June. “As you may be aware, the South African borders are still closed for travel[…]
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[…]
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