Five Things You Need To Know As You Wake Up: Ballito Rage still set to take place

Five Things You Need To Know As You Wake Up: Ballito Rage still set to take place

There has been varying opinions about the safety of children at the event.

Ballitoo Rage

The Monday after President Ramaphosa's address about the new variant, Omicron. Surprisingly, there are no strict restrictions put in place in terms of lockdown. 


The country will remain in Level 1 and a curfew remains in place between midnight and 4am.

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“In taking the decision not to impose further restrictions at this stage, we considered the fact that when we encountered previous waves of infection, vaccines were not widely available and far fewer people were vaccinated. That is no longer the case.”

President Ramaphosa rather advised for more people to get vaccinated as this is the one of the most effective ways to keep each other safe at this point. 

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It has been several days since the FIFA disciplinary committee met in Zurich, Switzerland, to decide Bafana Bafana's 2022 World Cup qualifying fate and SA Football Association (SAFA) president Danny Jordaan is not pleased that the world football governing body continues to give the nation the silent treatment.

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This is an interesting one - Springbok director of rugby, Rassie Erasmus, has confirmed that a documentary where he will "be able to share my side of the story" is in the works in conjunction with SuperSport.

We look forward to that! 

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A screenshot has gone viral of what looks like a pilot messaging system that suggests a passenger on Delta Air flight DL1360 to Atlanta began breastfeeding her cat and refused to stop despite repeated requests from the crew. 

Ok, this is interesting...

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The Ballito Rage will still go on despite the discovery of a new COVID-19 variant which is believed to be the driving force behind a spike in cases in Gauteng. Ballito Rage is expected to take place between November 30 to December 5. 

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