Fin24 editor Ron Derby in live discussion with business leaders Martin Kingston, Piet Viljoen and Sandile Zungu about President Cyril Ramaphosa’s five-level lockdown plan, and what South Africa’s economy may look like at the end of it.

On Thursday President Cyril Ramaphosa announced R500 billion social and economic package to provide support for the economy and South Africans battered by the nationwide coronavirus lockdown. On Friday, Ramaphosa provided further details about how South Africa would gradually ease the lockdown. 
Ramaphosa announced that, from May 1, SA would have five levels of lockdown. 
Level 5 means that drastic measures are required to contain the spread of the virus to save lives.
Level 4 means that some activity can be allowed to resume subject to extreme precautions required to limit community transmission and outbreaks. 
Level 3 involves the easing of some restrictions, including on work and social activities, to address a high risk of transmission.
Level 2 involves the further easing of restrictions, but the maintenance of physical distancing and restrictions on some leisure and social activities to prevent a resurgence of the virus.
Level 1 means that most normal activity can resume, with precautions and health guidelines followed at all times.