The current Level 4 lockdown restrictions only run until Sunday 25 July – but does Cyril Ramaphosa have the numbers to support a relaxation of the rules?
Is Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma preparing to fight gatherings with gatherings? Well, there’s a little more logic to this latest Level 4 adjustment.
With the extension of adjusted level 4 lockdown, we look at the good, bad, and ugly of the address by the President and the current COVID-19 situation.
After a meeting with the NCCC President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday extended lockdown Level 4 restrictions for 14 more days. But here’s what has changed.
The NCCC and several other key committees are meeting on Sunday, to determine if Level 4 regulations can be extended even further.
Level 4 regulations are set for a substantial extension this weekend, and the emergency laws must be reviewed before Sunday 11 July.
There is now one very specific exemption to the ‘travel ban’ imposed on Gauteng during Level 4 of lockdown – and it involves hunting.
It’s not the news most of us want to hear, but it looks like this is a case of ‘needs must’. Level 4 lockdown restrictions are set for an extension.
Police nabbed two motorists for transporting alcohol, contravening the Disaster Management Act in Makhanda, Eastern Cape on Friday.
Adjusted Level 4 lockdown travel restrictions to curb the surge of COVID-19 infections, does not stop South Africans from travelling to destinations outside of the country.
The updated lockdown Level 4 restrictions have caused confusion and chaos for travellers who are in the midst of local trips with planned journeys through Gauteng Province.
Police Minister Bheki Cele said that SAPS will not aim to make unnecessary arrests, but will strictly enforce Level 4 laws to save lives.
As a result of the newly imposed lockdown Level 4 restrictions announced on 27 June, movement to and from Gauteng has been restricted to reduce the spread of infections to other provinces.
Minister David Maynier announced that he wrote to national government to request the reopening of UIF TERS for the duration of Level 4 lockdown.
The updated Lockdown Level 4 regulations have thrown South Africa’s restaurant sector into survival mode once again.
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This really is a hard lockdown: The move to Level 4 now comes with a new ‘arrestable offence’ – and Dlamini-Zuma may be looking directly at the EFF here…
President Cyril Ramaphosa has said that all schools will be expected to close by the end of the week, under Level 4 of the lockdown
Gauteng has been slapped with a travel ban on Sunday evening, after Cyril Ramaphosa dished out specific inter-provincial guidance for the region.
It was an ominous address, and Cyril Ramaphosa didn’t sugarcoat the situation SA finds itself in. Here’s what changes as we move to lockdown Level 4.
With Gauteng already mulling a move into Level 4, the government will now consider tightening the lockdown regulations on a national scale.
If you’ve received this WhatsApp message about Level 4 of lockdown today, the best thing you can do is delete it – and correct the sender.
The impact of the festive season is likely to cause a devastating spike in COVID-19 cases – so could a Level 4 lockdown soften the blow in Gauteng?
Things seem to be escalating at a rapid pace within the NCCC, and it’s alleged that both Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma and Bheki Cele want a Level 4 lockdown.