COVID-19 in SA | World Bank approves $750m loan

COVID-19 in SA | World Bank approves $750m loan

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2022-01-21 09:02:00 AM

COVID-19 in SA | World Bank approves $750m loan

It will be used to improve efforts in South Africa's fight against Covid-19.

The World Bank Group, in Washington on January 17, 2019.AFPJOHANNESBURG - A $750-million policy development goal has been approved by the World Bank.It will be used to improve efforts in South Africa's fight against COVID-19.The main aim is to protect the vulnerable from adverse socio-economic effects of the pandemic.

READ:National Treasury says the support comes at a critical time for the country.It says it will help close the financial gap caused by the pandemic.The funding is a low-interest loan intended to contribute to the government's fiscal relief package.

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There we go again, missing money. Please let auditor general allocate the money please and all department heads send their request through parliament to be debated first otherwise some of this will be used for CR22 More debt for our great grand children. Yhoooo adla ama comrade 😥😥😥😭😭😭 Till when Cyril till when

pikaso_me screenshot this 🙏🏼 We Still Don't Wanna Vaccine 💉, They Will All Go To Waste So kahle kahle...my childrens, childrens, grand daughters and sons of sons will be paying this debt? Mxm WHAT A MESS THIS IS! this says it all about Sataflika!!! World Bank is clever because that means SA will always be under her influence...

So the world bank is financing our Corrupt leaders.

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“World bank approves $750M comrade fund” Wow. Cyril and his friends are eating so much. More than the Zuptas tjoo! this Man is putting us into more debts seriously. Adla ma comrades 😭😭 What happened to R500bn? The WorldBank has just lend South-Africa $750m. Why? Our government isn't using the money for Covid-19. With all the corruption charges going on, how does anyone lend this country money?

JabuSibanyoni2 is this what you want our country to do? Comrades about to eat. Once again!

Covid-19 update: 4,322 new cases reported in SAThere has been an increase of 162 hospital admissions in the past 24 hours. ❤🙂💕

SA lions, pumas contracted COVID-19 from zoo workers: studyResearch led by scientists at the University of Pretoria found three lions and two pumas fell ill with coronavirus. Put masks on em 🧠 TheRealPro7 how is this possible Must animals also vaccinate? U people are suffering from a slave master syndrome. This majestic wild animals do NOT belong in a cage or zoo.

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Covid-19 update: SA reports 3,962 new cases and 139 deathsCovid-19 has killed at least 5.563,359 people since the outbreak emerged in China in December 2019, according to an AFP tally.

Friday 21 January 2022 - 7:20am The World Bank Group, in Washington on January 17, 2019. AFP JOHANNESBURG - A $750-million policy development goal has been approved by the World Bank. It will be used to improve efforts in South Africa's fight against COVID-19. The main aim is to protect the vulnerable from adverse socio-economic effects of the pandemic. READ: National Treasury says the support comes at a critical time for the country. It says it will help close the financial gap caused by the pandemic. The funding is a low-interest loan intended to contribute to the government's fiscal relief package. Source