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The fat guvmunt cunts that make the decisions that **** up the rest of the country still have their salaries, booze and everything else during lockdowns.....Yeah. Alcohol again from Tomorrow. Distell needs to start recovering that R100 million they lost in the riots while the Government sat and "monitored" the situation.
They could just publish this now and give people working in the liquor trade more notice about work tomorrow. And save the country another painful speech.President Cyril Ramaphosa may announce a return to Level 3 when he addresses the nation on Sunday evening after he met with premiers earlier on the day, where possible regulations were discussed.www.news24.com
- A return to Level 3 lockdown restrictions is a possibility when President Cyril Ramaphosa addresses the nation on Sunday evening.
- Ramaphosa met with premiers on Sunday.
- This could mean that small gatherings and limited alcohol sales would be allowed.
A return to Level 3 lockdown restrictions is on the cards, News24 understands.
President Cyril Ramaphosa may announce a return to Level 3 when he addresses the nation on Sunday evening after he met with premiers earlier in the day, where possible regulations were discussed.
This could result in the following measures being implemented:
- The curfew will be adjusted to 22:00 to 04:00;
- Gatherings at all establishments would allow 50 people indoors and 100 outdoors. This includes church and sports gatherings;
- A maximum of 50 people at funerals would be allowed, with a two-hour time limit, with no night vigils or "after tears" parties;
- Alcohol will be allowed for off-site purchase from Monday to Thursday until 18:00 and on-site consumption according to license conditions, but closing at 20:00. Duty-free shops at international departures will be allowed to sell alcohol without restrictions. Nightclubs must remain closed;
- Schools will allow breaks at a maximum of 15 minutes;
- Long-distance travel may allow 70% of capacity;
- Safety protocols like the wearing of masks, sanitisation and physical distancing must continue;
- Employers must encourage working from home where possible; and
- Inter-provincial travel will be open, with the restrictions in Gauteng lifted.
Because the 34,500 taverns, 4,000 bottle stores and 1,400 retail stores in South Africa would keep that to themselves?I'm sure the people in the liquor trade has been informed already.
You give the Government too much credit. I know from people in the industry that they only found out at 8PM on a Sunday that they could not operate from the next day on at least one previous occasion.I'm sure the people in the liquor trade has been informed already.