SA Lockdown: Strict international travel rules announced

Passenger wearing protective face masks arrive from Shenzhen in China, at the OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg.

File: Passenger wearing protective face masks arrive from Shenzhen in China, at the OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg.

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JOHANNESBURG - Strict rules will be in place when South Africa's borders open to travellers from Thursday.

This follows the easing of lockdown regulations for level one.

Visitors from African countries will be allowed into South Africa but, leisure travellers from COVID-19 high-risk countries won't be permitted in.

In the video below, eNCA South Africa Tonight anchor, Sally Burdett speaks to reporters Siphamandla Goge and Khayelihle Khumalo, who is in Musina on the border between South Africa and Zimbabwe.

eNCA South Africa Tonight anchor, Sally Burdett speaks to reporters Siphamandla Goge and Khayelihle Khumalo, who is in Musina on the border between South Africa and Zimbabwe about the new travel rules. Courtesy #DStv403

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