- President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that Mzansi will be moving to Level 3 lockdown
- Ramaphosa also made many peeps happy when he announced that alcohol sales will be unbanned as of 1 June
- Many South Africans, including celebs, went into celebratory mood when Ramaphosa revealed that alcohol sales will be allowed during Level 3
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When President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the alcohol sale ban would be lifted as of 1 June, thirsty peeps from across the country switched to a celebratory mood.
Vuvuzelas, fireworks and ululations were heard in many parts of the country as soon as he made the much-anticipated announcement.
Ramaphosa said South Africa would move to Level 3 on 1 June as the country continues with their fight against the spread of Covid-19.
Not only ordinary citizens had run out of booze stock but Mzansi celebs as well.
Briefly.co.za reported on Sunday night that cigarettes remain banned but citizens will be allowed to buy booze for consumption at home.
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We take a look at some of the celebs who reacted when Ramaphosa revealed the good news.
DJ Maphorisa was one of the first celebs to take to social media to share his views on the matter.
"All liquor stores will be sold out ka (at) 9am."
The Midnight Starring hitmaker further commented on the cigarette ban.
"We fine with cigarettes, we will smoke teabags."
Actress Rami Chuene also shared her views on the matter.
"Someone is planning how they'll go to 10 different liquor outlets in one day so they beat the limited items rule and buy as much as they can."
DJ Tira asked peeps if they wanted a "crossover" song on 1 June just like Mzansi does on New Year's Eve.
"Do you want a 1st of June song? #Level3Lockdown akube njengo (let it be like) NYE."
Rapper and reality TV star Boity Thulo did not say much but let emojis do all the talking on her behalf.
She tweeted clinking glasses emojis.
Musician L'vovo also shared his two cents on the announcement.
He said he will be drinking comfortably indoors with no freeloaders asking for free drinks.
"Umuntu uzophuza kahle indoors. No saghas."
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