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SA lockdown: Minister Fikile Mbalula shuts down Gautrain and all commuter servicesSouthAfricaLockdown: Gautrain services will be suspended from midnight on Thursday, March 26, Minister Fikile Mbalula said. All other modes of public transport will also be suspended for the duration of the national lockdown. Hayibo Njani kanti , inzima le nto nyani.... How will essential workers that don't have their own transport get to work? 21daylockdown Covid19inSA COVID19
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SAA suspends all domestic flightsThere will be one free travel change for travel between Tuesday, 24 March and Thursday, 26 March 2020. We are struggling to get FlyMango response to cancel our Flights to Cape Town. We have written several emails and called. To-date its a dead end with them How can we be helped
UN unveils plan to assist poor countries to fight COVID-19 - SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader.The United Nations Secretary General has launched a two billion dollar global humanitarian response plan to fund the fight against COVID-19 in the world’s poorest countries SABCNews Zimbabwe musaikangamwa please problem here is that this money will b for MEDICAL RESPONSE in already funded UN projects for migrants, displaced people etc. & 2 reward NGO's etc.& those communities that r opening their doors here.Other nearby communities not 'opening their doors' 2 migrants will not b funded? They started this thing, now they are donating.
Ever heard of Colors? Now's the time to get on the bandwagonEver heard of Colors? Sho Madjozi has represented South Africa on this ingenious platform, which places talent from around the world in a studio with a colour of the artist’s choosing as the background.