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Minister of Police, Bheki Cele, was emphatic on Thursday during the media briefing – social visits will not be allowed during lockdown level 3.  Bheki said that certain activities would remain prohibited during the 3rd level.  “I hope you will read regulation 33 very closely.  All categories permitted appear there, and visiting your friends, your …

Collins Khosa’s family lawyers will be lodging a review of the SA National Defence Force report that cleared the troops of any wrongdoing.  Khosa was allegedly killed by soldiers in the early days of the lockdown.  In the report the SANDF board found that the confrontation between Khosa, his brother-in-law and soldiers in Alexandra on …

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