The South African expected to re-open all land borders on Monday.
The borders were closed on January 11 as parts of the government’s response to curb the surge of COVID-19.
The Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs announced that all land borders will close at 9pm daily.
Home Affairs Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi will on Monday visit the Lebombo Border Post, and Deputy Minister Njabulo Nzuza will visit Beitbridge and Director-General Tommy Makhode be at the Maseru Bridge and Ficksburg.
The National COGTA spokesperson Lungi Mtshali said some borders will open 24 hours.
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