Adjusted Level 4 Regulations

South Africa has now been placed under the Adjusted level 4 lockdown regulations.

The changes come into effect from 00:00am on 28 June 2021 until 11 July 2021 

Please note that there is a nationwide curfew from 9pm to 4pm

South Africans are urged to avoid travelling unnecessarily.

Mask wearing is mandatoryWearing a cloth mask or similar covering the nose and mouth is mandatory in publicAny person who does not wear a mask in public will be committing an offence
Funerals  Maximum amount of people to attend funerals will be limited to 50 people All social distancing regulations to be always adhered to
GatheringsAll gatherings are prohibited, including night vigils and any other religious or political gatherings
AlcoholAlcohol sales are prohibited
Beaches, parks, dams, lagoons, public swimming pools and national parksBeaches, public parks, lagoons, sand public swimming pools are open to the public National Parks, and parks where there are access control measures and entry limitations already in place, will remain open to the public No consumption of alcohol in permitted in public spaces and gatherings are prohibited  
CurfewThere is a nationwide curfew from 9pm to 4pm
RestaurantsRestaurants to close by 8pm Take-aways are only permitted, no sit-down customers will be allowed
SchoolsSchools will close nationwide from Wednesday, 30 June 2021
Tertiary educationContact classes to end from Wednesday, 30 June 2021
TravellingTravelling for leisure purposes in and out of Gauteng will be prohibited Inter-provincial travel will be allowed Outside of the work/business environment, South Africans should only meet with members of the same household