Namibia: The international airport is now open and there’ll be a gradual resumption of international flights. Face masks are mandatory in public places at all times. Travellers must produce a negative Covid-19 test result on entry and must test again on day five of their trip at their lodge.
Botswana: Botswana declared a State of Emergency. No foreign nationals are allowed to enter Botswana at this moment in time.
Zambia: The international airports are now open. Proof of a negative Covid-19 test required.
Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe is currently in lockdown. No travel possible.
Malawi: The international airport in Lilongwe has reopened but flights are infrequent and land borders are still closed. A negative Covid-19 test is required. You'll also need to provide samples for Covid-19 testing at the airport on arrival and self-isolate for 14 days.
South Africa: South Africa is aiming to move 'Alert Level 1' on 21 September. International travel will resume but a negative Covid-19 test result must be produced on entry. There will be a list of prohibited countries. Mask are mandatory at all times when in public.
Tanzania: Health screening (temperature measurements) when entering Tanzania is in place. If you show symptoms of Covid-19 a test will be taken.
Kenya: A negative test result and online health surveillance form must be submitted on entry. Quarantine may be necessary, depending on where you're travelling from. Non-essential movement is restricted. Face mask are mandatory in public.