South Africa will ease lockdown rules at midnight on Monday, lifting most remaining restrictions on economic activity as it moves to so-called coronavirus alert level 2.
These are some of the key provisions outlined in the Government Gazette:
Restaurants, bars, guest houses, lodges and gymnasiums can reopen on condition they observe strict health protocols.
Inter-provincial travel for leisure purposes is allowed.
Alcohol sales for off-site consumption are allowed between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Mondays to Thursdays.
Bars, restaurants and other licensed outlets can sell alcohol for on-site consumption until 10 p.m. throughout the week.
Sales of tobacco products and e-cigarettes can resume.
Beaches will be reopened.
Social visits are allowed.
A 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. curfew is still in place.
Most international travel remains banned.
Cruise ships and night clubs aren’t allowed to operate.
A maximum of 50 people can attend funerals, concerts, weddings and other events.
Bars and gyms can admit a maximum of 50 clients at a time.
Accommodation establishments and casinos can operate at half their normal capacity.
Spectators aren’t allowed at sporting matches and no international events are permitted.
Visits to old-age homes, prisons, police holding cells and health facilities aren’t permitted.
Buses and taxis may only operate at 70% of their normal capacity for long-distance trips.
Wearing face masks is mandatory in public places.