A new political campaign to further ease lockdown laws has been launched this week – just eight days after South Africa moved forward to Level 1.
Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has officially gazetted the new Level 1 regulations, and those planning to flout the lockdown can still land themselves in hot water.
Political parties have welcomed President Cyril Ramaphoa’s announcement of moving the country to Level 1 of the lockdown, emphasising the importance of economic recovery
Bars and restaurants, rejoice: Drinkers now have more time to buy alcohol. They can also stay out later, and meet with more people under Level 1 laws.
Go forth and socialise… in a responsible manner: With Level 1 restrictions now coming into force, it allows South Africans to take part in bigger gatherings.
What a way to finish the month. Cyril Ramaphosa has confirmed that South Africa will now move to Level 1 of lockdown – here are the biggest changes.
Is Level 1 loading? Time will tell. But we’ve got all eventualities covered here, as we look at the major lockdown changes that are likely to happen next.
A forecast published by PWC anticipates that South Africa *may* return to Level 5 lockdown restrictions this winter, before getting to Level 1 – and beyond.
The Solidarity movement said the infection rate has dropped to such an extent that it would be irrational not to move SA to Level 1 lockdown.
If you’re catching a flight soon, you’ll need to note these new changes coming for Level 1 of lockdown – travel restrictions will be relaxed further.
Ramaphosa announced several amendments to the disaster management act and level 1 lockdown during his address to the nation n Wednesday.
If you were hoping that Thursday was going to be the final day of lockdown and the State of Disaster in SA, we have bad news for you.
With stunning beaches, swish hotels, and shopping for miles, it isn’t hard to see why Dubai’s become a celebrity playground.
The government has announced a set of updates for our Level 1 lockdown laws, including directives for workplaces, religious gatherings and travel.
While the gradual reopening of South Africa’s borders from 1 October 2020 is a welcome announcement, travel is set to become much more complex in the months to come.
Borders are open. But, planning our first international post-lockdown escape may not be as simple as we think…
We’ve put together a map of all countries that are not allowed to send tourists to South Africa, as new international travel laws take effect on Thursday.
A categorisation model will be used to determine to what extent international travel from low, medium and high risk countries is permitted.
The ‘banned travel list’ for Level 1 have been revealed: Here’s where you can fly off to – and there’s also a list of countries whose citizens cannot visit SA.
One of the jewels in East Africa’s crown, Zanzibar can only be described as a slice of tropical heaven.
South Africa is just a few days away from reopening its borders at Level 1. But what can we expect to see from the soon-to-be-published travel list?
According to the CSIR, there’s been a notable uptick in the number of new COVID-19 cases this week – here’s the data that has been turning heads…
We’ve had the cake, now it’s time for the proverbial icing: Three amendments to the Level 1 lockdown laws have been made on Wednesday.
Police Minister Bheki Cele has identified a total of 30 areas in South Africa which are classed as ‘gender-based violence (GBV) hotspots’.
Cele said that the Western Cape reported the most lockdown arrests since March, with Gauteng the second most badly behaved province.