South Africa to move to alert level two

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South Africa to move to alert level two

Wednesday, 26 August, 2020

Restrictions on inter-provincial travel has been lifted and domestic passenger flights are permitted at the following domestic airports; Bram Fischer International Airport, Cape Town International Airport, East London Airport, George Airport, Hoedspruit Airport, Kimberley Airport, King Shaka International Airport, Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport, Lanseria International Airport, Margate Airport, Mthatha Airport, OR Tambo International Airport, Phalaborwa Airport, Pietermaritzburg Airport, Port Elizabeth International Airport, Richards Bay Airport, Skukuza Airport and Upington International Airport.

South Africa's borders remain closed, with no international travel taking place with the exception of repatriation flights in/out of South Africa. CLICK HERE should you require assistance with a repatriation flight. 

Should you have any questions, please contact your dedicated Travel Manager or contact us HERE

Further information related to COVID-19 and risk-adjusted strategies for South Africa can be found HERE

Saturday, 15 August, 2020

The latest speech made by President Cyril Ramaphosa on 15 August 2020 can be found HERE

The national state of disaster has been extended by a further month, until 15 September 2020. South Africa will enter alert level two as of midnight, 17 August 2020.

All restrictions on inter-provincial travel will be lifted during alert level two. Accomodation, hospitality venues and tours will be permitted according to approved protocols to ensure social distancing. Further guidelines related to inter-provincial travel will be communicated in the week ahead.