Five things you won't be allowed to do during level 4 lockdown - N'wamitwa Times

Five things you won’t be allowed to do during level 4 lockdown





The Honourable President Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Thursday 23rd April 2020 that the Government had adopted a phased approach to lifting the hard lockdown and easing its rules which were implemented in March.

This will allow some businesses to operate and prevent the collapse of the South African economy and job losses. The President emphasized the importance of adhering to the health and safety measures, which include wearing masks and maintaining high levels of hygiene.




BELOW ARE FIVE THINGS YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO DO:

Public transport can still operate, but with restrictions
Public Transport will continue to operate with limitations on the number of passengers and stringest hygiene requirements.

Travel ban stands
South African borders will remain closed, travelling between provinces is still not allowed, unless it’s for funerals and transportation of goods. International travel is open only to South Africans and foreigners who require repatriation.




No gatherings
Citizens are allowed to gather in work places only [under strict safety conditions such as social distancing] and at funerals. Sporting events, concerts and theatre shows remain closed until the lockdown is completely lifted.

The vulnerable must stay at home
The elderly and those with underlying health conditions must stay in their homes and self-isolate.




Work from home
Businesses which can operate remotely are required to let their employees work from home, and non-essential service providers are to continue self-isolating. Businesses will be encouraged to adopt a work-from-home strategy where possible. All staff who can work remotely must be allowed to do so.

No alcohol
The sale of goods has been extended to cigarettes but alcohol may still not be sold and shebeens, tarvens, pubs and clubs remain closed.




Sourced from Times Live

One thought on “Five things you won’t be allowed to do during level 4 lockdown

  1. Hai
    I’m in the Eastern Cape province currently and I was born and bred here.but my problem is that I’m working at North West province(Rustenburg)for Impala platinum limited and I can not go back there because of the covid19 pandemic.so I’m worried about how am I going to get paid because my shaft is operating although it is doing so in a phased approach.please explain for me how safe am I and my job so that I can stay at home safely and without any worries?

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