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.
The State of Disaster ends on Saturday 15 August and South Africans have heard nothing from Ramaphosa. What lies ahead for the lockdown?
Hoards of mourners surrounded the coffin of ANC stalwart Mlangeni as he arrived at his family home in Soweto, raising charges of hypocrisy.
In its bid to have the Disaster Management Act deemed unconstitutional, the DA will have to go through the High Court first.
The application had originally been on the urgent court roll for Wednesday, June 17, however, the acting Deputy Judge President Sulet Potterril decided that the matter rather be brought before a full bench of judges
Could the government suffer another shock defeat with regards to their lockdown laws? A new court case might, once again, invalidate our State of Disaster.
Disgruntled neighbourhood watch members from around Cape Town have volunteered their skills by fighting alongside Disaster Risk Management.
With the distinct possibility of a state of emergency being declared by President Cyril Ramaphosa, how will the SANDF be able to mobilise?
Customers nationwide have been filling their trolleys and leaving shelves void of essential products despite calls to avoid ‘panic buying’.