While Namibians once again wait to hear from President Hage Geingob about the possible relaxation of State of Emergency regulations, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa will reportedly tell the nation on Wednesday night that he is moving the country to Level 1 of the national lockdown and opening up international travel – with provisos. Times Live reports that, as is the case in Namibia, people arriving will have to produce a negative test result taken 72 hours before travel, which will grant them access without having to quarantine first. Travel from high risk countries such as the United States and some of the major EU countries including the United Kingdom, Spain, and Italy will though remain banned but controversially arrivals from India and Brazil – which have the second and third highest infection rates in the world – will be permitted.