The end is near for our COVID-19 lockdown restrictions in South Africa – even the ‘worst case scenario’ in the lockdown roadmap says so…
Professor Shabir Madhi believes it is now time to get rid of our lockdown restrictions – and he’s listed the laws that ‘need to be scrapped’.
#NoCurfewOnNewYearsEve: Everything you need to know about seeing in the new year now that the curfew has been scrapped.
We’re being treated like adults, so let’s act that way. More lockdown restrictions were rejected today, but we must keep OUR end of the deal.
Experts in SA are resigned to the fact that more lockdown restrictions will be announced ‘very soon’, with crunch talks starting this week.
It’s understood President Ramaphosa is weighing up more lockdown restrictions for South Africa – but does the data on Omicron support that?
South Africa may only be a matter of days away from tougher lockdown restrictions – with the NCCC set to meet within the next week.
The discovery of a new variant has taken SA’s top scientists by surprise this week – and it may have an impact on our lockdown restrictions.
International travels in December might prove challenging or impossible with renewed lockdowns and border closures in several countries.
Thousands of visas have been made available by the UK government to foreign workers in response to the crisis around fuel shortages and empty shelves.
With warmer days around the corner, it comes as good news to hear that Johannesburg’s public swimming pools will be reopening on 1 October.
While we see the rate of infection rise across the country, Ramaphosa, said there is one statistic that provides a clear reason for hope.
Here we go Jozi, the Gauteng premier has called for harsher lockdown restrictions. This after COVID-19 cases recently spiked in the province.
This is what happens when you don’t vaccinate the people: Tougher lockdown restrictions are inevitable, with experts touting ‘Level 3’ as our next move.
Crafters will not be able to stock up on valuable reeds to make their mats, baskets and other household items due to lockdown restrictions.
Music, lights, fancy cars and themed events. Sandton restaurants and bars are flouting COVID-19 regulations and looking more like nightclubs.
The harvest is usually a time of joy and elation in the Cape Winelands. But not this time, as the troubled industry continues to suffer as a result of the liquor ban and other lingering issues.
The country’s President Filipe Nyusi is closing all beaches, and several other locations, for 21 days.
The revised lockdown restrictions are having a dismal effect on eateries that were just starting to make a comeback.