SA Lockdown: Foreign nationals not allowed to leave

File: A young chef is desperate after she was kicked out of a COVID-19 quarantine site.

File: A young chef is desperate after she was kicked out of a COVID-19 quarantine site.

AFP

JOHANNESBURG - Foreign nationals already in the country will not be allowed to leave, according to Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi.

He also says only delivery of essential goods will be allowed to enter land borders.

Strict regulations have been implemented to curb the spread of COVID-19.

"We took a decision to close all borders for human movement," said Motsoaledi.

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"On Friday quiet a number of people at Beitbridge could not go into Zimbabwe, after negotiations it was open for them.

We will not open the boarders again for anybody. Anybody who was in SA will remain in the lockdown," he said.

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