What goods may be exported under level 4 of lockdown?

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Published: April 30, 2020

Under Level 4, commencing on 1 May 2020, the following goods may be exported:

  1. Agricultural, agro-processed, forestry and fishing products (including wine and other alcoholic beverages as mentioned by Min Dlamini-Zuma in her speech on 29 April 2020);
  2. Manufacturing products and mining products permitted for production under the Alert Level 4 table subject to directions issued by the relevant Minister.

To see more about export controls on certain products click here.

This is set out in the Disaster Management Regulations issued on 29 April 2020, available here.

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