[GAZETTED] Dlamini-Zuma sets out full level 3 regulations

[GAZETTED] Dlamini-Zuma sets out full level 3 regulations

Cooperative Governance Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma says jogging and dog walking on beaches in KwaZulu-Natal, the Western Cape and the Eastern Cape will not be allowed under level 3 of the lockdown. 


The country to a stricter level 3 on Monday at midnight following President Cyril Ramaphosa’s national address. 

Ministers on the National Coronavirus Command Council briefed the media on the updated Covid-19 regulations on Tuesday.   

Dlamini-Zuma reaffirmed Ramaphosa’s announcement. 

“No one is safe until we are all safe,” she said. 

The latest regulations allow for the economy to remain open, with a few exceptions.  

“Most businesses are open. The economy is still open,” she added. 


Parts of the tourism industry will still have its doors open, with hotels permitted to operate at full capacity. 

Borders remain open for international guests but South Africans headed abroad are warned to take note of travel bans against the country. 

Locals and tourists can still visit beaches in the Northern Cape. 

“Northern Cape is the only place where people can still go to the beach. 

“If it becomes a hotspot, even those will be closed,” Dlamini-Zuma added.

But nightclubs, bars, taverns and shebeens will bear the brunt of the tighter restrictions.  

Professional sports will also continue play and South Africans can still visit the botanical gardens, zoos, and aquariums.  

“Sports fields and sports grounds, nobody should be there except for professional sporting events. Those are the only venues that will be allowed, with no spectators.”


Dlamini-Zuma pleaded with South Africans to practise some patience while the country battles the pandemic.  

Read the gazetted regulations below: 

[GAZETTED] Dlamini-Zuma sets out full level 3 regulations by Nokukhanya Mntambo on Scribd

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