Butcher Block is committed to caring for the health and well-being of our partners and customers and playing a constructive role in supporting local health officials and government leaders.

New Trading Times – Level 3

In a move to curb the spread of COVID-19, South Africa has moved to adjusted level 3 from level 1 with immediate effect, President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Monday.

The President further announced that non-essential establishments – including shops, restaurants, bars and all cultural venues – must close at 8pm.

Due to new regulations please see our adjusted Trading Times below:

Ballito ‘Old Town’

Balvista Shopping Centre
12 Library Lane
Ballito, 4399
TEL032 648 0010

EMAIL: ballito@butcherblock.co.za
MANAGER: Claude Govender

LEVEL 3 TRADING HOURS:
Monday to Sunday
07.30am – 8pm

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Sibaya ‘Casino & Food Court’

Sibaya Casino, 1 Sibaya Drive

Casino Floor & Food Court

Umhlanga Rocks, 4320
TEL031 648 0040

EMAIL: sibaya@butcherblock.co.za
MANAGER: Kavisha Kangaloo

LEVEL 3 TRADING HOURS:
Monday to Sunday

11am – 6pm

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Umhlanga ‘On the Pier’

Umhlanga Plaza,

Cnr McCausland Cre & Lagoon Dr

Above Umhlanga Pier / Lighthouse

TEL: 031 648 0019

EMAIL: onthepierumh@butcherblock.co.za
MANAGER: Dominique Guebert

LEVEL 3 TRADING HOURS:
Monday to Sunday

07.30am – 8pm

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Umhlanga ‘Holiday Inn Express’

Holiday Inn Express, Umhlanga
2 Ncondo Place
Cnr Ncondo Place and Ntusi Road
TEL031 566 3547

EMAIL: umhlanga@butcherblock.co.za
MANAGER: Bheki Rwanqa

LEVEL 3 TRADING HOURS:
Monday to Sunday

11am – 7.30pm

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Florida Road

140 Florida Road,
Berea, Durban
TEL031 303 2662

EMAIL: florida@butcherblock.co.za
MANAGER: Lucas Mkhwanazi

LEVEL 3 TRADING HOURS:
Monday to Sunday

10am – 8pm

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Hillcrest

Shop UK06, Hillcrest Corner
51-53 Old Main Road, Hillcrest
TEL031 765 8820

EMAIL: hillcrest@butcherblock.co.za
MANAGER: Reuben Fink

CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

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Compulsory wearing of facemasks

“From now on it is compulsory for every person to wear a mask in a public space. A person who does not wear a cloth mask covering over the nose and mouth in a public place will be committing an offence.

“A person who does not wear a mask could be arrested and prosecuted. On conviction, they will be liable to a fine or to imprisonment for a period not exceeding six months or to both a fine and imprisonment. This is a drastic measure but is now necessary to ensure compliance with the most basic of preventative measures,” President Ramaphosa said

The level 3 restrictions will remain in place until 15 January 2021.

“These measures will be reviewed at that time on the basis of the state of the pandemic in the country,” the President said.

 

We thank you for your understanding and cooperation in the matter.

 

Stay Safe

The Butcher Block Team