Police Minister Bheki Cele says the lifting of alcohol ban means that immediately 5,000 hospital beds will be occupied. He says this is not going to help, considering the rising number of COVID-19 cases. #Day58ofLockdown
Police Minister Bheki Cele won't answer questions about whether alcohol and cigarette ban will continue until level 1. It's not fro him to speak on behalf of the NCC, he says.
#Covid19SA Police Minister Bheki Cele is giving an update on the polices enforcement of covid 19 regulations following visits to provinces to assess compliance. TK
R2.6m in illegal cigarettes or alcohol seized on SA's borders since start of lockdown: Cele: Police minister Bheki Cele says organised crime syndicates have taken advantage of the lockdown to expand ilegal trade in illicit and counterfeit alcohol and…
Police Minister Bheki Cele says the National Command Council may decide to move certain areas back to Level 5 of the lockdown.
Police Minister Bheki Cele says that alcohol should not be the centre of concern when the world is facing mass deaths because of COVID-19. He said that there won't be a lifting of the ban on selling alcohol during the lockdown. #Day16ofLockdown Courtesy#DStv403
Police Minister Bheki Cele has clarified that restaurants, pubs and other establishments may continue operating past 6pm. But, they won't be allowed to sell alcohol after 6pm. #TheLead with @ShahanR Courtesy#DStv403
Police Minister Bheki Cele outlines all prohibited acts during the #SouthAfricaLockdown . Walking dogs is one of the acts that is prohibited despite earlier reports that it will be allowed. #COVID-19SA #CoronavirusPandemic
Police Minister, Bheki Cele says those who are not willing to abide by measures put in place to curb the #CoronavirusPandemic , should brace themselves for jail time. This includes alcohol traders and those spreading fake news about the virus. #DStv403 #COVID-19SA
LIVE NOW: Minister of Police Bheki Cele says NO DOG-WALKING outside your yard. Also, these places are some that will be CLOSED during the lockdown: Beaches taverns, shebeens, shisa nyamas, cinemas, malls (excluding grocery shops & pharmacies).