According to Pretoria News, in South Africa, all secondary land crossings with neighboring countries in the SADC (Southern African Development Community, SADC) region have reopened since August 1.
This was stated in the Ministry of Internal Affairs of South Africa. The opening of land borders came two years after the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
Recall that at the end of March 2020, 32 ground checkpoints were closed due to restrictions imposed due to COVID-19 and the need to restrict the movement of citizens. Since then, only a few major border crossings have been reopened in the country.