31.3.2020 04:12 pm
Pandor said she doesn’t believe this number fully reflects everyone who needs assistance.
Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Naledi Pandor has confirmed that an estimated 1,471 South Africans may be stranded outside the country's borders due to port closures as per the national state of disaster and lockdown period.
Before the lockdown was announced I took my final overnight trip in Jozi. I’ve been wondering what hotels are offering in terms of safety and health for tourists who are forced to be in South Africa for the next 21 days. The Capital Hotels and Apartments seemed ideal, simply because of its location in Melrose […]
When the phone rang at 2:15 a.m. in Paris, it was decision time: Try to get home or possibly get stuck?
Spa holidays are ideally suited to staycations. You can do this alone, with your partner, a friend or the family.
On Thursday police and soldiers in the capital beat fruit vendors, marketgoers and people in bars with batons in a bid to disperse people gathering in groups.
Social media users compared their actions to “the Stasi”, East Germany’s notorious state police.
Visitors became angry after they were prevented from boarding their plane home.
This follows a spat over a leaked document from the Department of Small Business Development that proposed that only businesses with more than 51% black ownership would receive help.
The last KLM flights leaving Cape Town International Airport and OR Tambo International Airport will depart shortly before 11pm.
No mail services during lockdown.
Uber will still be able to operate daily across South Africa between 5am to 9am and 4pm to 8pm during the 21-day national lockdown for essential travel only.
Mango’s lockdown on flights will end on 19 April, with flights resuming on 20 April.
Emirates intends to maintain passenger flights for as long as feasible to help travellers return home amidst an increasing number of travel bans, restrictions, and country lockdowns.
The policy has faced opposition from both AfriForum and the DA, which argues that 93% of business in SA can be categorised as ‘BEE exempt’.
Many attractions such as Table Mountain cableway and beaches along the Durban beachfront have already been closed to the public and tourists.