Coronavirus fear in Rustenburg as people disregard the law

By Nyakallo Mosala and Photo: Onalenna Marumoloa It is day 5 of the lockdown in South Africa and it is ‘business as usual’ in Rustenburg. With the transport restrictions relaxed for the period of social grants payout, the community of Rustenburg are seen flocking to and from the CBD, a clear disregard for the president’s…

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Taxis and Buses operate from 5am – 8pm from Today until Friday

Following the announcement by President Cyril Ramaphosa on the days social grants would be paid, a number of industry bodies have made representations on the relaxation of hours public transport vehicles are allowed to operate. A similar request was made by the Minister of Social Development, Minister Lindiwe Zulu. Having considered Minister Zulu’s request and…

More arrests looming as we approach grant season

As from Monday – government will start paying out pension and disability grants and more movements around city centres are expected. The situation is expected to be more worse on Wednesday when child support grants beneficiaries will start flocking to different city centres. But the North West Goverment will not be taking any chances. More…

Lockdown update: You can’t buy or sell alcohol in the next 21 days

Minister of police Bheki Cele made it very clear that you can’t buy or sell alcohol starting Thursday midnight. Cele was part of the Ministerial Task Team on Security Cluster that addressed the media this evening. He said no Tarvens, Pubs, Shebeens, Bottle Stores and Supermarkets will be allowed to sell alcohol during the 21…

Lockdown Update: No taxis during the day

In announcing the nation-wide lockdown, the President indicatedthat provision will be made for essential transport services tocontinue, including transport for essential staff and for patientswho need to be managed elsewhere. The measures we areannouncing today are in line with this injunction, while ensuringthat the objective of the lockdown is achieved.Rail• All long-distance passenger rail services,…