WRAP | Ten takeaways from the media briefing led by Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Minister Zweli Mkhize and Minister Bheki Cele:
Alcohol will not be sold and will not be allowed to be transported. Wine tasting will not be allowed. Onsite and offsite consumption has been prohibited.
Ministers have reiterated the curfew conditions which include: Only those with valid permits will be allowed outside during curfew hours. An exception will be made for flights landing during restricted hours.
Restaurants, libraries, museums, cinemas, theatres will remain open to a maximum of 50 people while adhering to 1.5 metre spacing in between. Outdoor restaurants are allowed to seat a maximum of 100 people.
Zoos, botanical gardens, aquariums will still be in operation, other parks and recreational facilities will be closed.
Funerals will be the only gatherings allowed under adjusted Level 3 Lockdown and should be kept under a time limit of two hours, with a maximum of 50 people, if the venue permits. No after tears will be allowed.
Initiation schools are to be closed. Those currently undergoing initiation will be allowed to conclude proceedings; however, no new initiations may take place, nor post-initiation celebrations.
No further adjustments or alterations have been made to international and interprovincial travel. Both are permitted under adjusted Level 3 Lockdown.
Establishments that only operate in the trade of alcohol, such as bars, nightclubs, shebeens and taverns, will remain closed.
Beaches in the Northern Cape remain accessible. Dams and rivers will not be accessible nationally, other than for the purpose of water-collection for personal use.
Walking of dogs and jogging will be allowed, but not on beaches within the Western Cape, Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal.