South Africans will be allowed to exercise again from next Friday when the Level 4 lockdown kicks in, but they must do so alone.This was confirmed on Saturday by Cooperative Governance Minister Nkosazana Dlamini, who said people could not exercise in groups. She said gyms would remain closed as well. Exercise will be allowed under strict conditions. Organised sports or jogging is not allowed, she said. The ministers released a document described as Draft Framework for Sectors” detailing how the various levels will impact on industry, businesses, individuals, transport and so on. “This is not the time to beat the system. It is time to work together. This is not a punishment. It is for our collective good. That is how we will move to Level 3,” the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Dr Nkosasana Dlamini-Zuma said as she explained what Level 4 meant.Dlamini-Zuma said regulations that describe the conditions under which people will be able to exercise will be published on Thursday (30 April). Despite several questions, she refused to elaborate about what type of exercise will be allowed – apart from adding that group exercises will be prohibited and the gyms will remain closed.