The State of Disaster, set to enter its 22nd month in January, has come under fire after South Africa decided to end its curfew laws.
South Africa will endure State of Disaster regulations for the 22nd consecutive month, with government confirming the extension on Thursday.
The IRR isn’t happy with the State of Disaster extension confirmed this week, and they’re now demanding answers to some tough questions.
Dlamini-Zuma has spoken: The seemingly ‘eternal’ State of Disaster isn’t ending any time soon, after it was extended yet again this weekend.
Yet again, the State of Disaster laws have been extended – and prominent politicians are now growing impatient with Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.
After weeks of speculation, Cyril Ramaphosa confirmed on Sunday night that government is looking at ways to implement a vaccine passport.
In the latest news in South Africa on Friday 10 September 2021, there are growing calls for the scrapping of SA’s state of disaster.
Alan Winde now wants South Africa to do something it hasn’t been able to do for the past 18 months, and scrap the COVID-19 State of Disaster laws.
South Africa’s National state of disaster will continue until at least October 2021, Cabinet confirmed on Thursday 2 September.
We’ve heard this one before, haven’t we? Yes, the National State of Disaster has been extended by Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma yet again.
Premier Sihle Zikalala has called for help from the national government, after he was forced to declare a new ‘State of Disaster’ in KZN.
The only thing worse than one State of Disaster, is a second State of Disaster. The impact of ‘drought’ in some provinces has forced the government’s hand.
Our State of Disaster laws will stay the same for the next five weeks at least – but it wasn’t Minister Dlamini-Zuma extending the restrictions on Thursday.
The State of Disaster will likely be extended again on 15 May 2021.
Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has intervened on Thursday, to ensure South Africa’s State of Disaster laws remain in place for the foreseeable future.
We’ve reached a rather grim milestone: The State of Disaster laws have been extended once more in South Africa, as lockdown restrictions remain in place.
The laws of lockdown could soon face a reshuffle – if the DA’s ongoing court case against State of Disaster rules proves to be successful.
The government has officially extended the State of Disaster, with Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma signing off on the directive. Here’s what it means for SA.
The alcohol ban has been extended by Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday evening, after he addressed the nation about Level 3 of lockdown.
DA leader John Steenhuisen, in a scathing statement, has bashed Ramaphosa for extending the state of disaster amongst other things.
The DA says the declaration of a State of Disaster by Dlamini-Zuma will enable SANDF to be on standby to assist with the fires.
Without parliamentary oversight, Steenhuisen believes that the ANC is using the lockdown as a mechanism to run a ‘dictatorship’.
If you were hoping that Thursday was going to be the final day of lockdown and the State of Disaster in SA, we have bad news for you.
Another National State of Disaster extension has been approved by Cabinet. Here’s how long it will last once it’s been gazetted.
The State of Disaster laws have been extended. But critics are upset with the decision – and the fact it was signed off by Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.