With the president’s address on Wednesday, level 4 of lockdown will remain in place until the end of May where more guidelines will become clearers as to what level 3 will entail. In his address, Ramaphosa did admit that some of the regulations around lockdown have confusing as regulations are continuously updated.
Here’s a full list of what you can still buy in level 4, for you, your kids and your home:
For babies and toddlers:
- All baby and toddler clothing and footwear including blankets.
- school wear and school shoes
- socks; and related accessories
For adults and expecting moms:
- All maternity wear.
- All adult sleepwear and gowns.
- All adult underwear.
For parents looking for shoes:
- closed-toe heels
- closed-toe flat shoes
- sneakers and trainers
- smart closed-toe shoes
- casual closed-toe shoes
For parents looking for winter clothes:
- active wear, including gym, running and other exercise apparel
- jackets and coats
- dresses long sleeved tops
- long sleeved t-shirts, denim jeans and denim jackets
- short sleeved knit tops, where promoted and displayed as worn under cardigans and knitwear
- short sleeved t-shirts, where promoted and displayed as under garments for warmth
- crop bottoms worn with boots and leggings:
- shirts, either short- or long-sleeved, where displayed and promoted to be wom under jackets coats and/or knitwear
- golf shirts
- one-pieces such as bodysuits
The following winter accessories for parents and children
- shawls and scarves
- gym and exercise apparel accessories, and hair accessories
For your home:
- baby bedding and blankets
- duvets duvet inners
- mattress protectors;
- sheets and pillow cases, and
- electric blankets.
These Directions come into effect on the date of publication in the Government Gazette, and shall remain in force for the duration of Alert Level 4.