30.4.2020 09:44 am
Smokers and non-smokers have raised concern over the thriving of illegal cigarette sales, job losses and withdrawal, with Dlamini-Zuma’s decision angering millions of people.
As soon as it was announced that the ban on the sale of tobacco products was to be extended on Wednesday night, hundreds of thousands of South African smokers took to social media and petition platforms to put a stop to the decision.
‘Do you think we’re stupid?’ asks one cop as another explains she was not forced into the boot.
The pastor was arrested in the name of ‘the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost’.
The World Health Organisation has, in fact, warned citizens to avoid alcohol altogether.
The meeting was later taken to a ‘more private setting’ and people were sent messages with new details.
Italian authorities reported issuing a record 16,545 fines on Easter Monday.
From what the believe they have learned about the capabilities of Eskom, the police and government, to people’s ability to live without alcohol and tobacco, check out what SA thinks it has learned from self-isolation.
An excuse that might have worked wonders on any day was really not a great idea this Sunday.
The fake report claimed there would be ‘great consequences’ for those who fail to leave the country.
The self-proclaimed prophet has been trending since last night after telling his followers the voice in their head telling them not to donate to him was allegedly the devil.
The bride and groom were arrested for contravening the Disaster Management Act and restrictions on the gathering of people during the lockdown.
Adam Housley is yet to retract or delete his statement.
From a husky not being very amused to a bad newspaper headline, we’ve put together some of this year’s pranks on April Fools Day.
Viewers called out the lack of social distancing and use of personal protective equipment by the crowd of taxi drivers and owners who had gathered to listen to the minister in evident violation of lockdown restrictions.