Government to appeal judgment declaring lockdown ‘unconstitutional and invalid’

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Cabinet has resolved to appeal the high court judgment that declared lockdown regulations under level 3 and 4 were “unconstitutional and invalid”
Cabinet has resolved to appeal the high court judgment that declared lockdown regulations under level 3 and 4 were “unconstitutional and invalid”

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The decision was announced by Jackson Mthembu, the minister in the presidency, following a special Cabinet meeting convened virtually on Thursday to discuss Tuesday’s Pretoria High Court judgment.

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