Tourism Minister, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane says 600 000 jobs are at risk of being lost if the tourism industry doesn't reopen fully by September this year.
Police minister Bheki Cele says he's worried that the sale of alcohol during Level 3 will further burden police trying to enforce lockdown regulations.
Thirty-two more people have died from the coronavirus (COVID-19) in South Africa as confirmed cases climbed up to 30 967.
Gauteng is bracing for an anticipated increase of COVID-19 infections.
Eastern Cape Premier Oscar Mabuyane will quarantine after it had been discovered that a member of his core staff member had tested positive for COVID-19.
Various religious groups are pledging their support for President Cyril Ramaphosa's call for a national day of prayer on Sunday 31 May 2020. They also called on leaders to find ways to spread the message without necessarily congregating.
Hoffenheim substitute Ihlas Bebou scored with almost his first touch as they beat Bundesliga strugglers Mainz 1-0 away on Saturday to boost their hopes of qualifying for European football next season.
The European Union urged the United States on Saturday to reconsider its decision to cut ties with the World Health Organisation over its handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Minister of Tourism, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane is addressing the nation on regulations relating to COVID-19 Level 3 restrictions.
A Limpopo traditional healer has appealed for calm as the country is grabbling with the spread of the coronavirus.
Macsteel has denied unilaterally deciding to reduce the salaries of its employees by 20%. In a statement released on Friday, Macsteel said they respect the rights of their employees.
Social Development Minister, Lindiwe Zulu has launched Child Protection Week at a children's home at Tlhabane, near Rustenburg, North West, on Saturday.
Professional surfers and open water swimmers in Durban are elated by the recent amendment allowing them to resume activities during level 3 of Lockdown.
The South African Human Rights Commission says it will investigate a racism complaint after a picture of a baboon was superimposed on the face of COGTA Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula says domestic flights will be allowed to operate under lockdown Level 3 under strict health standards.
Sport, Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa says performing artists are allowed to produce their content in production playhouses for streaming, but only under strict lockdown regulations.
Cape Town Mayor Dan Plato says his office has written to Cooperative Governance Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma requesting the opening of beaches, public parks, and reserves during Level 3 of the lockdown.
Sport, Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa says all professional non-contact sport can resume, however, without spectators under Level 3 of the nationwide lockdown.
The Chairperson of government's Advisory Committee on COVID-19, Professor Salim Abdool Karim, has urged the public to keep calm in the face of the rising number of coronavirus cases across the country.
Minister of Labour and Employment, Thulas Nxesi, says employers who intimidate workers who have to self-isolate after being in contact with COVID-19 positive colleagues could face criminal charges for endangering their safety.
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The South African Petroleum Industry Association (SAPIA) says there is currently an inadequate stock of diesel in the country.
South Africa's COVID-19 deaths have climbed to 611 following 34 fatalities in the past 24 hours. The confirmed number of infections now stands at 29 240.
Non-contact sporting codes in the country will get more clarity from the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture, Nathi Mthethwa, on Saturday morning on the return of sport under lockdown Level 3.
The extension of the national COVID-19 lockdown declared by President Cyril Ramaphosa, has compelled tertiary institutions to make some far-reaching decisions regarding the 2020 May/June examinations.
The World Health Organisation has warned countries against the relaxing of lockdown measures too quickly.
Labour Minister Thulas Nxesi says workers have the right to refuse to go to work if they feel employers have not taken the necessary precautions to prevent the transmission of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in the workplace.
Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize has warned that cluster outbreak infections could increase further in the Western Cape as the lockdown is eased.
Regulations relating to the movement of children in South Africa will be eased on Monday, 1 June 2020, as the country moves to coronavirus (COVID-19) Alert Level 3.
The National School Governing Body Associations together with teacher unions are calling for the postponement of the reopening of schools.