If you’re wondering how the SANDF will assist police to implement safety measures during lockdown, you’ve come to the right place.
The Competition Commission has already received numerous complaints about large retailers hiking prices of essential goods.
Police Minister Bheki Cele, says the law will come down hard on those who move around unnecessarily during the lockdown.
Frustrated South Africans are still looking for answers following a leaked draft document that said only 51% black-owned companies would benefit.
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng announced that courts will remain open to a limited extent during lockdown for urgent matters, including domestic violence.
The message is clear – stay away from rural areas to prevent the spread of coronavirus affecting vulnerable groups.
The only exceptions are to visit gravely ill patients and arrange for one parent to sleep at the hospital with children.
With countless dog owners in South Africa and a looming nationwide lockdown, we need to know if walking our dogs would still be a possibility.
The EFF says SA employees must identify greedy bosses who want them to continue working, despite a nationwide lockdown to combat coronavirus.
There are reasons to believe the promulgated measures may be excessive and premature.
The former paratrooper revealed his tactics for fending off cabin fever after France issued strict stay-at-home orders last week to fight the coronavirus outbreak.
Well, that’s a spanner in the works. Takeaway services will be stopped due to the lockdown, as Pick n Pay gets serious about its alcohol allowance.
The V&A Waterfront announced on Tuesday that only Pick n Pay, Woolworths, pharmacies and ATMs will remain open during the lockdown.
The KZN provincial government is preparing to ensure that everyone is provided for during the impending lockdown.
It’s good news for those who receive social grants from Sassa – you can still pick up your payments during lockdown. Here’s how you do it.
Deputy president David Mabuza said the government is relying on traditional leaders to convey Ramaphosa’s coronavirus lockdown message.
Well, it’s happening: We’re facing a 21-day lockdown in South Africa, starting from Thursday 26 March, at 23:59. Here’s how to get through it in one piece.
First the coronavirus, now a robot invasion. Good thing they’re on our side, with Netcare rolling out the product in South Africa.
As the majority of us prepare for a three-week lockdown, there are many employees – including those in the essential services – who will carry on as normal.
The department has set aside a package of R1.2 billion to address effects of the coronavirus and ensure sustainable food production.
If you don’t know where to start looking when it comes to onscreen entertainment, we’ve rounded up three shows to beat the lockdown blues.
Lockdown begins “midnight on Thursday” – but that means Wednesday night to some, and Friday morning for others. The government have now issued a statement.
The number has risen significantly since President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the country would undergo a lockdown.
During the coronavirus crisis, fake news has been utterly rife. The latest nonsense doing the rounds has been debunked.
President Cyril Ramaphosa said that without decisive action, the number of people infected with coronavirus will rapidly increase to hundreds of thousands within a few weeks.