Minister of Trade and Industry Ebrahim Patel published a list of what South African retailers are allowed to sell according to Level 4 lockdown regulations.
Cape Town – Minister of Trade and Industry Ebrahim Patel on Tuesday night published a list of clothing, bedding and footwear South African retailers are allowed to sell according to Level 4 lockdown regulations.
According to the list published in the Government Gazette, the following categories of clothing and footwear and bedding are permissible for sale by retailers.
Baby and toddler clothing and footwear
– All children’s wear, including: outerwear, underwear, sleepwear, school wear and school shoes; footwear, socks; and related accessories.
– All maternity wear
– All adult sleepwear and gowns
– All adult underwear
Adult footwear categories:
boots, slippers, closed-toe heels, closed-toe flat shoes, sneakers and trainers, smart closed-toe shoes, casual closed-toe shoes.
Adult outerwear categories:
active wear, including gym, running and other exercise apparel, knitwear, jackets and coats, dresses, long sleeved tops, long sleeved T-shirts, denim jeans and denim jackets, pants, skirts, short sleeved knit tops (where promoted and displayed as worn under cardigans and knitwear), short sleeved T-shirts (where promoted and displayed as under garments for warmth), leggings, crop bottoms worn with boots and leggings, shirts, either short- or long-sleeved (where displayed and promoted to be worn under jackets coats and/or knitwear), golf shirts, one-pieces such as bodysuits.
shawls and scarves, beanies, gloves, socks, belts, headwear, gym and exercise apparel accessories; and hair accessories.
baby bedding and blankets, duvets, duvet inners, blankets, comforters, quilts, mattress protectors, pillows, throws, sheets and pillow cases; and electric blankets.