#NoCurfewOnNewYearsEve: Everything you need to know about seeing in the new year now that the curfew has been scrapped.
The State of Disaster, set to enter its 22nd month in January, has come under fire after South Africa decided to end its curfew laws.
Since South Africa went into lockdown in March 2020, the curfew has consistently remained in place, regardless of lockdown level
No gqom, no singing, and no getting drunk after midnight – that’s the stance Bheki Cele is taking, ahead of a curfew-limited New Year’s Eve.
The DA says the economy needs saving. Cyril Ramphosa must therefore end curfew before New Year’s Eve. Also, what about midnight festivities?
‘Tired of being undermined while the taverns are operating’: Church goers in Mzansi are asking for no curfew restrictions on New Year’s Eve.
Afriforum had argued to the High Court in Pretoria that the curfew was irrational and unlawful and must thus be set aside
The government’s national curfew is to be challenged after a civil rights organisation demanded scientific evidence for the restriction.
Cyril Ramaphosa has decided not to change any of our lockdown laws this week – but opposition towards the curfew has intensified.
SA’s to Alert Level 1 was met with strong reactions like … “Weird how we’re at level 1, they’re being nice just before voting time.”
Some Tweeps can’t relate to television personality Boity calling the curfew ‘childish’ because they ‘respect the law’.
Zodwa Wabantu has slammed the South African police who arrested her for allegedly breaking lockdown curfew regulations.
Level 3 restrictions will bring light relief for restaurants and bars – as new curfew hours were announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Greece on Saturday imposed a five-hour night curfew and other restrictions on the popular travel island of Mykonos because of a ‘worrying’ spike in local COVID-19 infections.
A 25-year-old male from Durban, who rushed to help his friends following a mugging, was in court on Monday – accused of breaking SA’s curfew laws.
The revised lockdown restrictions announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday 27 June, are again set to have serious impacts on the country’s embattled tourism sector.
The three Springboks who tested positive for Covid-19 which prompted a cancellation of the team’s training session in Johannesburg, have been named.
Kick-off times in at least TWO of the British & Irish Lions’ matches on their tour of SA will need to change due to the stricter Covid-19 lockdown measures announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa.
The new Level 3 laws haven’t fallen kindly for restaurants or bars – and with tonight’s extension of curfew hours, things tougher for business owners.
Proposals made by SAMA are lobbying for extended hours of curfew over the weekend – as calls for ‘stricter lockdown laws’ continue to grow.
KZN Premier Zikalala has slammed complacent behaviour amongst KZN residents who he says aren’t wearing face masks or respecting curfew times.
During his address to the nation on Sunday evening, Ramaphosa confirmed that curfew times during Level 1 have changed to 00:00 – 4:00.
Hundreds of Unemployment Insurance (UIF) applicants say they are breaking the curfew because of frustration and poor service.
Afriforum said it would be assisting a Centurion man, who is taking legal action against the SAPS after he was arrested for breaking curfew, when he dashed to a pharmacy to buy formula for his baby