Level 1 is here, but so is Bheki Cele. The Police Minister has some bad news for alcohol enthusiasts ahead of Heritage Day on 24 September.
As part of Level 1, the government is set to publish a list of countries that will be deemed ‘too high-risk’ for international travel from SA.
This serves as a timely reminder for the complacent few: Level 1 still comes with restrictions, and Dlamini-Zuma has reeled-off the banned activities.
NDZ said that government is continuing to take a “cautious approach” to the sale of alcohol during Level 1, with weekend trading prohibited.
Planning a trip abroad? You’ll need to see this: Minister Dlamini-Zuma has given us a definitive checklist for international travel during Level 1.
NDZ has explained in more details the new laws that pertain to public and social gatherings during Level 1 lockdown.
With Level 1 of lockdown coming into effect next week, laws around alcohol sales are easing. But in the eyes of some organisations, the rules are all wrong.
European Airlines indicate a willingness to resume scheduled operations to Johannesburg and Cape Town from 1 October.
Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma is set to outline the full details of our Level 1 lockdown regulations on Friday: Here’s what time the live stream starts.
Australians and permanent residents wanting to return to Australia are facing delays due to restrictions on the number of passengers that may enter the country each week.
The updated regulations for international travel are set to be revealed on Friday afternoon – but some countries could remain off-limits.
The tourism sector has reiterated its pledge to keep travellers and staff safe with the partial reopening of international tourism and travel.
The red berets have accused President Cyril Ramaphosa and his government of promoting so-called ‘white capitalist interests,’ during the COVID-19 lockdown
How exactly will international travel through South Africa work? We’ve got the latest Level 1 guidelines for entering and leaving the country here.
President Ramaphosa has served with lockdown tradition, announcing that Level 1 will come into force ‘at midnight on Sunday’ – but clarity is still needed.
Ramaphosa said that alcohol sales will be permitted on Fridays under Level 1 lockdown, with weekend sales still prohibited.
Dust your suitcases down, because international travel will officially be allowed under Level 1 regulations. However, there are some major exceptions to note.
Cyril Ramaphosa has told the nation that South Africa will advance to Level 1 of lockdown – outlining all the major changes we can expect to see.
The international borders are likely to open as we move to Level 1 of lockdown – but according to the insiders, the first phase will be steady-going.
A shift to Level 1 essentially means that our borders are reopening – but tourists from some countries may ‘not be allowed’ to visit South Africa.
Level 1 is a tantalising prospect, but experts warn that we can’t afford to get complacent, with new strains of the virus possibly emerging.
As the curve flattens, South Africa has moved to the brink of lockdown Level 1. Here are the rules that are most – and least – likely to change.
After a positive start to September, Level 1 of lockdown is fast approaching South Africa – and the government is already eyeing-up some significant changes.
With calls growing for international travel to resume during Level 1, Mbalula has said that the NCCC is soon to decide on a course of action.
Both Ramaphosa and Mkhize have hinted that groups of more than 50 people will be allowed to convene during Level 1 of the lockdown.