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Dlamini-Zuma yet to drive the country to new lockdown regulations

Ndlondlo 06/26/2020

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Minister of Cooperative Governance & Traditional Affairs Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has gazetted the long eagerly waited amendment to the regulations of the national lockdown to allow cinemas, restaurants, casinos and theatres to get a green light.

All is still looming in a thin cloudy air, as to when will Dlamini-Zuma or President Cyril Ramaphosa will announce the go ahead of Advanced Level 3 of the lockdown, so citizens can have best time of their lives.

According to health minister, Dr Zweli Mkhize, some rules are specified, the bussiness reopening is subject to strict adherence to all health protocols and social distancing measures.

With citizens ready to enjoy their meals right inside the restaurant’s premises, watching their favorite plays in theatres, sad truth is that it it still unclear when these directions will be announced.

It is understood the regulations published by Dlamini-Zuma’s department last night reported that “Cinemas may be open, subject to a limit of 50 people or less. The same applies to theatres.”

“The regulations are gazetted by minister Dlamini-Zuma after consultation with other cabinet members,” Dlamini-Zuma’s department said.

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SharonGoch · 06/27/2020
Please help me to understand what is the President's duties, why must a minister especially Dlamini Zuma run the show. She in the first place does not know how to speak properly and really get the President to address his nation on all that's happening. Hopefully it is not the same old story over and over!!!!!!

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