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IN FULL | Covid-19 spread through recklessness - Ramaphosa as he bans booze, enforces curfew | News24

There is no way that we can avoid the coronavirus storm, but we can limit the damage that it can cause to our lives, said President Cyril Ramaphosa as he once again bans alcohol sales and announces a curfew on Level 3.

2020-07-12 10:03:00 PM

There is no way that we can avoid the coronavirus storm, but we can limit the damage that it can cause to our lives, said President CyrilRamaphosa as he once again bans alcohol sales and announces a curfew on Level 3. Read the full statement here:

There is no way that we can avoid the coronavirus storm, but we can limit the damage that it can cause to our lives, said President Cyril Ramaphosa as he once again bans alcohol sales and announces a curfew on Level 3.

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Booze banned, curfew back and you can't visit family: Everything you need to know about Ramaphosa's addressAlcohol sales have been banned again - this time with immediate effect - and the night-time curfew has been reinstated as government steps up measures to curb the rapid spread of Covid-19

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