The Democratic Alliance will appear in the Western Cape High Court tomorrow 12 June 2020, to argue its case against the indefinite ban on the personal care industry.
DA member of parliament, Dean Macpherson shared on Twitter that the case will be heard at 10am.
“@Our_DA will tomorrow in the Western Cape High Court, 12 June 2020 at 10am, argue our case against the indefinite and unconstitutional ban against the personal care industry being perpetuated by Minister Dlamini-Zuma.”
When the country moved to alert level 3 on 1 June most industries in the country resumed operations excluding the personal care industry.
Hair salons and nail salons are among the personal care businesses that are still barred from operating under level 3 lockdown .
Macpherson said: “The DA believes this is an important case, not only just for the party but for all those hard working men and women who want to get back to work, want to support their families and want to protect their businesses.”