The President took charge of the crisis, showed the authoritarians in Cabinet that he's still the boss, writes Adriaan Basson.
Showers early. More sun than clouds. Cool.
A Pretoria pastor says he and his family were accosted by police officers on his church premises following a walkabout by congregants between 08:00 and 09:00.
While private citizens and businesses initially bought into government's decisive response to the Covid-19 threat, this support is dwindling as restrictions seem to be increasingly complex and irrational.
Trains will be back from 5:30 on Monday, but will have limited capacity, and will run on a limited timetable.
Regulations published on Wednesday require careful handling of the bodies of those who die in the coronavirus pandemic.
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula on Tuesday introduced a set of transport bills before Parliament, one of which deals with the regulation of e-hailing service providers Uber and Bolt.
The visually stunning drone image of protesters standing against gender-based violence that went viral could land the pilot in jail.
Twitter is on track for its biggest one-day drop since February and Facebook's plunge from this year's high accelerated as investors weighed the prospect of government oversight following the shootings over the weekend.
Economic and ideological fault lines were revealed by Covid-19. How will African nations shift on these spectra?
Cellphone companies and ISPs can also increase their prices again.
Baby clothes and blankets were in theory already allowed on sale during lockdown, but it took until Thursday for government confirmation, and only then did most major retailers start planning to put baby stuff back on their shelves.
Banks and financial services of all kinds are expected to keep going during lockdown – but debt collectors are specifically banned from operating.
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula will on Tuesday afternoon introduce the National Land Transport Amendment Bill, which includes regulations for e-hailing services Uber and Bolt.
Draft regulations about what you may or may not sell as coffee in South Africa say that even a coffee and chicory mixture must be at least half coffee and have a minimum level of caffeine.
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