AS REPORTED previously our citizens continue to break the law by not adhering to Covid-19 regulations.
As a result, the numbers are increasing tentatively in provinces such as Western Cape, KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.
On Thursday, President Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa will address the nation and those close to the negotiating teams, tough new measures for Covid- 19 will be put into place.
Over 4,000 cases have been recorded, the highest in recent weeks.
South Africa has the highest number of infections on the continent and is the 16th most-affected country globally.
Tighter localised restrictions, including curbs on sale of alcohol, in measures that seek to minimise the spread of the virus in selected hotspots.
This means restaurants, taverns, shebeens, will be under spotlight.
The Restaurant Association of SA (Rasa) is opposed to a more stringent curfew being imposed in virus hotspots.
The SA Army is also on standby to re-visit the streets. Tough curfew regulations will also be implemented, so will be liquor trading hours.
We did warn on the spike of numbers due to irresponsible behaviour by our citizens, so Pres do what you have to do. Amen!