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Image caption South Africa has had some of the most restrictive lockdown measures in the world. A South African court has found some coronavirus lockdown regulations imposed by the government "unconstitutional and invalid". The judge picked out rules around funerals, informal workers and amount of exercise as "irrational". The government was given14 days to overhaul the regulations. South Africa initially had some of the world's most restrictive lockdown measures. The country has 35,812 confirmed cases and 755 deaths. The case was filed by the Liberty Fighters Network and the Hola Bona Renaissance Foundation. The high court in the capital, Pretoria, ruled that the regulations were not conn... Full story

3 June