Unsurprisingly, President Cyril Ramaphosa and the NCCC have decided to extend the current level 4 lockdown until 25th July.
Alert level 3 lockdown to take effect from midnight this evening, as President Cyril Ramaphosa addresses the nation over a surge in COVID-19.
The country moves to an adjusted level 2 lockdown tomorrow, as we need to curb the rising infections to avoid a fully fledged third wave.
This evening’s presidential address confirmed a move to level 1 lockdown, as well as more COVID-19 vaccines landing locally.
President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the nation this evening, confirming that adjusted level 3 lockdown measures remain in place.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Metro municipality has been deemed a COVID-19 hotspot, with level 2-esque restrictions now in place for the region.
YouTube, DStv Now and Showmax are all platforms where you can tune into President Ramaphosa’s stream this evening.
The president is expected to address the nation tonight so while we wait for a time, here are the platforms you can bookmark to watch the stream.
The presidency explains that supply chains remain intact, so there is no need to stockpile.
Having been on the president’s desk since 2013, ISPA has called on current president Cyril Ramaphosa to commence the PoPI act.
South African pupils will soon be introduced to a new curriculum focused on 4IR.
Plans to create youth employment have been put in motion by the President.
David Mabuza will be sworn in as MP this afternoon.
To try to improve the effects of climate change, the President has signed into law the Carbon Tax Act.
The delay of cabinet announcements is due to several ANC members being entangled in allegations or investigations.
The President discussed economic growth at the investor conference held in Johannesburg.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has appointed a presidential commission that will identify the fourth industrial revolution trends.
Prasa will unveil new trains at Cape Town Station, where the President will be present for the event.