Visiting family is still not allowed, says Cogta Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.
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12:07PM"When people have taken liquor - some become violent, start killing each other. They drive recklessly creating accidents."11:57AMInter-provincial travel is still not allowed without a permit.11:53AM"Visiting family is not allowed... by nature when you get to a family place, the instinct is to hug, the instinct is to be near them."
11:51AM"The use of parks will be allowed for walking... but going to the beach is still not permitted."11:48AM"We must keep reminding ourselves that the virus doesn't move,it is spread by people."11:47AM"Communities must also ensure these regulations are adhered to."
11:45AM"One of the things that we know becomes difficult when people are together enjoying to continuously wear masks and that is why the president announced that the sale, dispensing and distribution of alcohol is not allowed."11:42AMDlamini-Zuma says we should avoid social gatherings. They are still not allowed.
11:39AMShe says wearing a mask is now mandatory. It's a collective responsibility."You must be your brother's keeper."11:36AMShe says the re-ban of alcohol was to help slow the spread of the virus.11:35AMShe says government was forced to ease regulations to balance the need to save lives and the economy.
11:34AM"This disease knows no class, no race, no gender, no social status... We must all work together to protect one another."11:32AMShe says the situation would have been worse had measures taken by government not been implemented.11:32AM"Indeed, we are approaching the eye of the storm," Dlamini-Zuma says.
11:31AMCogta Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma goes first.11:30AMMinister Jackson Mthembu sends condolences on the passing of Zindzi Mandela.11:29AMThe briefing will now begin. Read more: Eyewitness News »
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