Mzansi appears to be heading towards an ‘endgame’ with COVID-19 – but Dlamini-Zuma’s extension of lockdown laws has baffled many.
The extension considers the need to augment the existing legislation and contingency arrangements undertaken by the organs of state to address the impact of the disaster.
Two hospitals in China’s locked-down city of Xi’an, including one that refused to treat an eight-month pregnant woman who later miscarried, have been closed while they “rectify” mistakes, authorities said Thursday.
We are, almost certainly, in the final season of our COVID Lockdown – and the State of Disaster may soon expire for good…
Since South Africa went into lockdown in March 2020, the curfew has consistently remained in place, regardless of lockdown level
A day after deciding against any new restrictions for South Africa, the Health Department stated that the situation ‘will be reviewed soon’.
In the latest news in South Africa on Friday 17 December 2021, our Christmas plans will remain undisturbed as SA will remain at Level 1.
Afriforum had argued to the High Court in Pretoria that the curfew was irrational and unlawful and must thus be set aside
Deputy President David Mabuza and the NCCC will meet to consider whether tighter lockdown restrictions are necessary
This should be lekker hey? Cape Town’s festive lockdown will support locals and business owners by closing streets to open restaurants.
Liquor traders will tell you they can ill-afford further alcohol restrictions – but the NCCC are giving them some ‘serious consideration’.
Health Minister Dr Joe Phaahla says their lockdown recommendations to the NCCC will be based on the trend of COVID-19 cases
South Africans might be getting stricter COVID-19 lockdown regulations for Christmas this year, as the state mulls over the risks.
Liquor traders have appealed to President Cyril Ramaphosa not to impose harsh lockdown restrictions during the fourth wave of the pandemic.
Pearl Thusi clapped back at Johannesburg Mayor Dr Mpho Phalatse after she claimed nightclubs are not following COVID-19 protocols.
We are still learning about just how dangerous the Omicron variant will be – but more lockdown restrictions are likely to be announced soon.
Are we simply delaying the inevitable? Cyril Ramaphosa has revealed on Monday that new lockdown measures may be needed to stave off Omicron.
President Cyril Ramaphosa plans to get down to business when he returns from West Africa – does this mean tougher measures ?
The Restaurant Association of South Africa has begged the government not to impose economically devastating lockdown restrictions.
Who’d be a health minister? With the Omicron strain ripping through Mzansi, Joe Phaahla faced some tough questions about lockdown on Friday.
A former policeman has been found guilty of murdering a Katlehong man in the sanctity of his home during lockdown.
Many reckon that President Cyril Ramaphosa could impose tighter lockdown restrictions much sooner than we would expect
According to a lockdown calendar produced by economic experts, the COVID-19 pandemic could go one of three ways for SA next year
Omicron has changed the game: The latest ‘lockdown roadmap’ suggests that a move into Level 3 restrictions will happen some time soon.
Should South Africa expect a harder lockdown anytime soon? President Cyril Ramaphosa says they’ll monitor the situation