Premier Alan Winde and the Western Cape’s Health Department will soon share data that the COVID-19 restrictions in SA are unnecessary.
Sakeliga believe the new Covid-19 regulations turn civil society into state agents forced to implement governement’s rules at personal risk.
ActionSA has joined two entitites in taking legal action against Minister Joe Phaahla for the COVID-19 regulations that were extended.
Trade union Solidarity has referred to the health regulations gazetted by Government as unlawful and irrational and is planning legal action.
The Department of Health has cleared confusion around the extended COVID-19 regulations, stating that children MUST wear masks at school.
Minister Joe Phaahla has denied that Government is micro-managing citizens and stressed that changes are amendments and not new laws.
South Africans could soon be faced with the fifth wave of COVID-19 infections as a potential new, combined strain may arise.
The Tourism Department said latest regulations come at an opportune time, as it is planning to host Africa’s Travel Indaba in May.
The DA says Covid-19 is no longer a threat and the regulations do more harm than good by restricting SA’s economic and social recovery.
Here is everything you need to know about the updated regulations for SA’s adjusted level 1 lockdown, including changes for schools and travel.
DJ Tira has got many people riled up after posting a video of himself performing at a packed maskless event in Maboneng over the weekend.
A video that’s been dubbed ‘disturbing’ shows a man taking off his mask and deliberately coughing on lift buttons.