LIVESTREAM: Ramaphosa addresses SAPS, SANDF ahead of 21-day lockdown eNCA
The soldiers will be joining their police counterparts on the frontline to enforce the lockdown.Thursday 26 March 2020 - 4:34pm President Cyril Ramphosa will address soldiers and the police before they are deployed for the lockdown on Thursday. Ramaphosa will likely outline the importance of the mission and what’s expected of them. • Editor’s note: Livestream above courtesy DStv 403. You can also watch it on Read more: eNCA
Lockdown! Six questions SA has Googled the most (+ we answer them)The SAPS and SANDF have been deployed to ensure implementation of the lockdown manje bona ayibangeni yini vele le virus amasoja?
WATCH: Tshwane shoppers flock to stores ahead of 21-day lockdownPeople were seen carrying loads of alcohol, toilet paper, tin food and non essential items such as stacks of chairs or microwaves
Durban's Suncoast Casino temporarily shuts shop ahead of 21-day lockdownSuncoast Casino in Durban has temporarily closed its gaming floors. And Sibaya and Wild Coast shut. Good. Bladdy thieving bastards. Glad they won’t be fleecing gamers for at least 3 weeks. That is expected. Casino doesn't provide essential service
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Amanda Black urges those with anxiety to stay calm amid lockdownCelebs across the country have poured onto social media to call for calm after a 21-day national lockdown was announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday.