30.3.2020 02:13 pm
Taxi drivers say they work on a ‘no work, no pay’ basis, and that operating at 50% capacity doesn’t justify the costs incurred in transporting commuters.
The Highvelder spoke to a few taxi drivers during the coronavirus lockdown, who complained that they do not make any profit if they comply with not exceeding 50% of their legal capacity.
Nonhlanhla Khoza said government was concerned about ‘criminals who take advantage of the national lockdown to rob and murder unsuspecting citizens’.
Trolleys used as mobile barriers to enforce social distancing in queues.
In the video, which was reportedly filmed at the Tollgate Bridge intersection in the Berea area, Cathie Geldenhuys can be seen screaming at an unidentified motorist filming her tirade.
Khayelitsha was the first township in the country to confirm a Covid-19 case, but the crowded 400,000-plus population of Alex has now come in next.
Astronaut Frank de Winne says it is vital to maintain human contact, even if only electronically.
The virus is the enemy, not civilians, says Maimane amid calls for action against ‘lawless’ officers
His complaint comes after the DA’s confirmation that some cases of misconduct have been registered for investigation.
Zimbabwean authorities on Monday began enforcing a three-week lockdown in its fight against the spread of coronavirus after the disease left one person dead and infected six others.
The owner of the Spar outlet says he first got the idea when he saw it at another Spar in Joburg, and he sanitses the sneeze shields regularly.
New Zealand, with a population of about five million, has 552 confirmed COVID-19 cases, one of them fatal.
But the mayor says he never said there was a vaccine, but a drug from Cuba to help with Covid-19.
Marais described the SANDF members behaviour as ‘disgusting’ and said the DA condemns the actions in ‘the strongest terms’.
WHO has convened an independent group of experts to review evidence from laboratory, animal and clinical studies to prioritise treatments for inclusion in the Public Health Emergency Solidarity Trial.
The leader of the group says water containers and soap were provided at the camp and they would remain there for the duration of the lockdown.
This after the number of those seeking shelter grew overnight to numbers that were initially unaccounted for as word spread that the YMCA is accommodating homeless.