South Africa's Jesuit Institute on Ramaphosa's plan to reopen ≤50 religious gatherings: "This sudden, seemingly rushed move is questionable... In ethical situations where there are no good options, an ethical response should err on the side of caution."
OPINIONISTA: South Africa will pay the price of Ramaphosa’s folly regarding religious gatherings
‘Spineless’: Ramaphosa faces backlash for allowing religious gatherings
#COVID19inSA Ramaphosa says church services will be allowed to resume next month, but with certain conditions including social distancing, sanitizing and a limit of 50 people.
BREAKING | Ramaphosa'>President Cyril Ramaphosa to address the nation at 20:30.
#COVID19 | PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA TO ADDRESS THE NATION President@DPRamaphosa will address the nation this evening – Tuesday, 21 April 2020 at 20h30, on additional economic and social relief measures that form part of the national response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
JUST IN | Ramaphosa'>President Cyril Ramaphosa will address the nation this evening on relief measures
BREAKING: Gauteng Liquor Forum - representing 20000 tavern and Shebeen owners - have threatened to go to the Constitutional Court over government’s total ban on alcohol sales. They have told President Ramaphosa that he has until Tuesday to relax the ban, or face court action: