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President Cyril Ramaphosa Denies The Return To Lockdown Level 3 Rumours

President Cyril Ramaphosa dismisses speculations of stricter lockdown restrictions getting reinstated in light of the COVID-19 numbers spike in South Africa. He stated that the rumour that the country is going back to level 3 lockdown alert is false. He also emphasised that the medical advisory group and all relevant parties are monitoring the situation closely and analysing the infections that are unfolding.President Cyril Ramaphosa dismisses speculations of stricter lockdown restrictions getting reinstated in light of the COVID-19 numbers spike in South Africa. He stated that the rumour that the country is going back to level 3 lockdown alert is false. He also emphasised that the medical advisory group and all relevant parties are monitoring the situation closely and analysing the infections that are unfolding.

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Starting a Business? Here’s a New Business Checklist ☑

Venturing into entrepreneurship and seeing your vision come to fruition is an exhilarating experience. There is no linear path of starting a business – you start with what you have and where you are. If you’ve been sitting with a lucrative business idea that you’re passionate about and haven’t started – what are you waiting for?

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Lockdown Level 1 Regulations 

The country welcomed the lockdown level 1 announcement made by President Cyril Ramaphosa on the evening of the 16th of September. Lockdown level 1 comes into effect on Monday the 21st of September. The tapering down of lockdown restrictions means that there has been a gradual decline of in new transmissions, hospitalizations and deaths. There is, however, a looming threat of a second COVID-19 wave and certain regulations are still in effect.

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Best Businesses To Start For Women

The month of August is Women’s Month in South Africa; a time to celebrate and uplift the women of this country. Women are the backbone of society, and that should be celebrated every single day of the year. While giving women their flowers for being resilient and essential members of the community, we can’t separate the broader social issues that women have to navigate.

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