Maya Fisher-French says the banks themselves have not been advertising these facts, and the one bank she spoke to apparently needed a timely reminder itself.
SA lockdown restrictions are among the most extreme globally. South Africans may not leave their homes except to procure essential goods and services. This excludes the purchase of cigarettes and alcohol. It also excludes outdoor exercise.
Psychologists are offering tips and free, brief, online support services to deal with frayed lockdown nerves.
The EFF say they will do anything for their members.
Astronaut Frank de Winne says it is vital to maintain human contact, even if only electronically.
A Medical Support SA button in an innovative app links users directly to a centralised National Operations Centre where agents are working to assist in qualifying and directing callers to the correct Covid-19 facilities or sources of information.

Covid-19 For nicotine addicts who now can’t buy cigarettes, how bad is withdrawal going to be?

You will need to ration your vice – if you didn’t buy enough. But Sergeant Kick Butt can perhaps help – and South Africa is supporting healthy choices in a very different time.

Covid-19 Uber will no longer be suspended during lockdown

Uber will still be able to operate daily across South Africa between 5am to 9am and 4pm to 8pm during the 21-day national lockdown for essential travel only.

Covid-19 Stay put, or risk unleashing a virus ‘second wave’

Experts have warned that unless citizens adhere to the stringent lockdown restrictions and remain indoors as much as possible, a more deadly second wave of the coronavirus will wreak havoc.

Covid-19 8 tips for working from home during Coronageddon

The current Covid-19 pandemic is forcing the world to adapt to new realities and it may be a while before you see the inside of an office again.

Covid-19 How to do online grocery shopping during the coronavirus lockdown

Checkers’ online shopping service Sixty60 is quite new and does not charge for delivery.

Covid-19 Coronavirus: How to clean your smartphone, tablet and laptoptip

To stay safe from the coronavirus, you should regularly clean your electronic devices.



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