Watch: Uzalo latest Episode 71 S6 Tuesday, 12 May 2020

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Watch: Uzalo latest Episode 71 S6 Tuesday, 12 May 2020

In today’s episode of Uzalo: Please note: Uzalo went off-air Friday 8 May as the production catches-up on filming new episodes because of the production shutdown caused by the lockdown. These teasers for the upcoming action are still relevant.

MaNgcobo, Nkunzi and Sibonelo face an uphill battle in their quest to solidify partnerships, Gabisile goes to the ends of the earth to prove her innocence and Sbu makes a life-changing decision.

If you missed Monday’s episode, watch it here.

Uzalo: Latest episode S6 Episode 71 on 12 May 2020

Wednesday on Uzalo

While Nkunzi is busy building, Thulani is busy sabotaging him, Gabisile plays hardball with Nomcebo and Fikile finds herself caught between a rock and a hard place.

About Uzalo

The happenings around the Xulu family from KwaMashu have kept South Africans glued to their TV screens every weekday at 20:30 for the past three years since the show’s premiere in February 2015.

The story follows the family whose wealth was built in the murky criminal underworld, as well as the more wholesome Mdletshe family who’s day to day life, is pretty much centred around the KwaMashu Kingdom Church.

How to watch the latest episode of Uzalo

The soapie airs every weeknight on SABC 1 and you can watch on your TV or online. After the episode airs, the episodes are also made available on YouTube for seven days. Episodes are also posted right here on as soon as they become available.

Uzalo production team

Executive Producer and creator: Duma Ndlovu
Executive Producer: Gugulethu Zuma-Ncube
Executive Producer: Pepsi Pokane
Series Producer: Mmamitse Thibedi
Head Writer: Phathutshedzo Aldrean Makwarela
Storyliners: Yolanda Mogatusi, Lehasa Moloi, Zolisa Singwanda
Head Director: Alex Yazbek
Directors: King Shaft Morapama, Bruce Molema

Source : The South African More   

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Bring back booze: How alcohol sales will change at each lockdown level

When we hit Level 3 of lockdown, the current rules state citizens can only buy alcohol during a 12-hour period each week - but things soon pick-up.

Bring back booze: How alcohol sales will change at each lockdown level

The wheels are in motion to get South Africa up to Level 3 of lockdown. Cosatu wants it. The Trade Ministry wants it. Even Bheki “mayor from the Footloose town” Cele wants it. The progression to the next phase is still reliant on stable infection and mortality data, but all being well, the transition could be made in a matter of weeks. Alcohol drinkers across the land, there is light at the end of this tunnel…

At Level 3, booze returns to the shelves. But this lockdown doesn’t just end when we move out of this phase. The truth is, South Africa could find itself under some form of these restrictions right up until the end of the year, even if that means living through the lower levels for a majority of the months ahead.

When you can buy alcohol at each stage of lockdown

If the lockdown laws change – for better or worse – the rules surrounding alcohol consumption also alter. The government has provided us with information about booze availability at each level:

  • Level 4 and Level 5: Total ban on purchases – this is where we resort to making our own pineapple beer.
  • Level 3: Off-premises consumption of alcohol allowed. You can buy booze from Monday to Wednesday, during a four-hour window in the morning from 8:00 – 12:00. There will be restrictions on how much can be bought in one go.
  • Level 2: You’ll be allowed to buy alcohol at any time, any place from all retail outlets. Bars & restaurants stay closed.
  • Level 1: Restaurants open under strict guidelines. You can, at this stage, go out for a meal and order alcoholic beverages. You can also order booze online, and stores will continue sales in the normal manner. No bars, though.
  • Other: Bars, taverns and pubs will only open once all lockdown measures are lifted completely. That’s a while away yet.

(This information was correct as of 17:45 on Tuesday 12 May – the framework may be altered or changed in the future.)

Level 3 regulations for selling booze

Of course, this advice comes with a disclaimer. No matter what stage of lockdown we get to, those licensed to sell alcohol have been told to play by the rules – or suffer the consequences:

“Health and safety protocols must be followed at all times, including observance of guidelines for social distancing, sanitation and hygiene, and the use of appropriate personal protective equipment, such as cloth face masks, as determined by the National Department of Health.”

“At Level 3 of lockdown, people may travel to perform and acquire services only where such services cannot be provided from the safety of one’s home. A reference to a permitted level of employment must take into account the necessary social distancing guidelines as per the National Department of Health.”

Government statement
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