The new Gazetted regulations as signed into law on 14 May, by the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, means that the directives as issued on 7 May 2020, are repealed.
It is critical to note that this is still a once-off movement of persons and goods, “to facilitate the movement of persons and goods within and across provincial, metropolitan or district boundaries during the period of Alert level 4.”
This refers “to the movement of persons and goods, where –
(i) A person who needs to travel to his or her new place of residence or business and to transport goods which are limited to household or office furniture and effects and
(ii) Permits already granted, remain in force.”