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South Africa

Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the nation on the 15th August 2020, Alcohol and Tobacco sales now permitted

Many have been waiting for the president of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa to address the nation and ease most of the regulations in South Africa. He said in his words that more people will be infected should they not follow the regulations to curve the infections of the COVID-19.

Ramaphosa has also said we must continue to wear our masks, and also protects our elders. He also mentioned HE COULD BE INFECTED AS YOU COULD, and do he encouraged precaution at all times. Ramaphosa has also indicated that South Africa has reached the peak of the COVID-19  pandemic,


  • Interprovincial travels have been lifted
  • Tobacco sales have been lifted
  • Alcohol sales have been lifted with restrictions
  • Family visits have been lifted

President Ramaposa has lifted the sales of Tobacco and Alcohol in South Africa. This means alcohol and tobacco can be sold in South Africa.

Today marks day 142 level 3 SA lockdown in South Africa. The president of South Africa has also said that that COVID-19 will be with amongst us for a while…. iBusiness suggests COVID-19 will be amongst us for years to come.

Economic Activities have been opened but Ramaphosa has said it will take a very long time to recover the loss. South Africa moves to level 2 with alcohol and cigarette now open for sales.

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