After the national address on Sunday (28 February), made by president president Cyril Ramaphosa, it was very good news that South Africans were waiting to hear from the president's mouth, that the country will move to Level 1, and many things will go back to normal, and many things will open that during certain levels were closed, but Level 1 came to bring new things.After President Cyril Ramaposa made the announcement of level 1, Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, came to clarify certain things that South Africans did not know was going to happen or what South Africans can and cannot do.
The minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, came to clarify about something that the South Africans are more focused and interested in knowing, new curfew hours and rules around the sale of alcohol has been established, this indicates that things have not yet returned to normal. The Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs says that all people must be confined in their homes from 00:00 until 04:00 daily, and in other cases, they will only tolerate that there are extra emergencies.This Level 1, came with different things that the population was not expecting, but Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, guarantees that this will help the population to reduce the number of employees in the country.
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