- Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma's court ruling about the lockdown regulations will take place on Friday
- The ruling is going to confirm whether or not the lockdown regulations put in place by the minister were unconstitutional or not
- The lockdown regulations of banning tobacco and alcohol products outraged a number of organisations
Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma's court ruling is set to take place on Friday, according to the North Gauteng High Court.
The ruling is going to decide whether the Covid-19 lockdown regulations were irrational and if Dlamini-Zuma should be jailed.
The Tshwane-based Liberty Fighters Network (LFN) is fighting for Dlamini-Zuma to be held accountable for not following Judge Norman Davis' ruling in June, saying that some of the lockdown regulations are unconstitutional.
A number of South Africans, including the LFN, was outraged with the banning of alcohol and tobacco products during the different levels of the national lockdown. The organisation is calling for Dlamini-Zuma to be punished for her regulations.
On Monday, Judge Davis ruled that he would be delivering his judgment on Friday.
Dlamini-Zuma is engaging Judge Davis' June 2020 decision at the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) yet has been rejected leave to challenge the statement of deficiency of six of the guidelines.
The six guidelines incorporate the time limitation somewhere in the range of 6am and 6pm, limitations on the development of youngsters and restricted participation of burial services.
Including the shutting of beaches and recreational areas, for example, cafés and on-location utilisation of alcohol, among others.
The young lady recently headed to Twitter to show her support for her dad in a tweet in which she shared Martin Luther King Jr excerpt quote from his "When Peace Becomes Obnoxious” speech.
In the caption of her post, she also stated that they (assumedly her father and his family) were not afraid of cowards, also adding that they are not afraid of boers and ending off the caption by saying that they are waiting and their gate is open.
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