Ramaphosa calls out South Africans for 'reckless' behaviour during Covid-19 regulations | News24

In an unfamiliar tone during his address to the nation, President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered a sharp reprimand to South Africans who refuse to abide by Covid-19 regulations.

2020-07-13 08:15:00 AM

In an unfamiliar tone, Ramaphosa delivered a sharp reprimand to South Africans who refuse to abide by Covid-19 regulations during his address to the nation on Sunday evening. | lizTandwa

In an unfamiliar tone during his address to the nation, President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered a sharp reprimand to South Africans who refuse to abide by Covid-19 regulations.

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South Africans feel reprimanded by President Ramaphosa during his Covid-19 addressMany South Africans who were listening to President Ramaphosa felt like he was scolding people for not taking Covid-19 seriously and listening to regulations. cyrilramaphosa alcoholban level5 Covid19inSA

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