By Lehlohonolo Lehana.
President Cyril Ramaphosa is set to address the nation on Sunday night and it is expected that adjusted lockdown regulations will not change much.
The Level 4 regulations would be reconsidered in 14 days time, the same route taken as to when he first announced them a fortnight ago.
According to reliable sources the school-closure period is to be extended until 26 and adjusted limitations for restaurants are also on the cards to allow a maximum of 50 people indoors.
The ban on alcohol is set to remain in place, but there were calls for a partial ban, especially for the wine industry given the impact on small businesses.
All indications are that the validity period for small business permits will be extended with a grace period that will run until February next year.
It is also expected the national state of disaster will also be extended by another month to 15 August.
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