• McDonald’s says only some of its stores will be re-opening on Saturday. 
  • Under lockdown regulations level 4, hot food may be sold for deliveries only. 
  • McDonald’s said its stores will only open on Saturday, May 2. 
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McDonald’s has announced that it will reopen a limited number of its stores on Saturday as the country eases its lockdown regulations. 

Fastfood outlets will be allowed to sell food for deliveries only from Level 4 - which starts on May 1st.  

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Consumers will not be allowed to visit the fast-food outlets to get takeaways and food deliveries will only be permitted between 09:00 and 19:00 daily. 

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McDonald’s will initially reopen these stores (more restaurants may open in time): 

  • Atterbury 
  • Bloemfontein (Zastron street)
  • Brackenfell 
  • Centurion Lifestyle 
  • Columbine 
  • Douglasdale 
  • Durbanville 
  • Florida 
  • Fourways 
  • Fleurdale 
  • Great North 
  • Greenpoint 
  • Grey Owl 
  • Hamilton 
  • Hillfox 
  • Honeyridge McCafe 
  • Jean Avenue 
  • Kempton Park 
  • Lambton 
  • Lemon Tree 
  • Long Street 
  • Mayville 
  • Milnerton 
  • Monavani 
  • Norkem Park 
  • Observatory 
  • Paarl 2 ( Riebeeck Drive)
  • Parklands
  • Parkrand
  • Plattekloof
  • Plumstead
  • Pretoria East 
  • Pretoria North
  • Retail Crossing 
  • Rock & Roll Sandton 
  • Roodepoort 
  • Rosebank 
  • Selby 
  • Springs 
  • Stellenbosch 
  • Stoneridge 
  • The Palm K 90 
  • Tokai 
  • Vangate
  • Waterkloof
  • Waverly, Pretoria 
  • Zambezi Drive, Pretoria

Customers can order via its website.

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