23.5.2020 06:05 am
The department’s disability unit was staffed by only three people, while the minister announced that people with disabilities should receive food parcels, but this was not happening.
The SA Disability Alliance (Sada) have slammed the department of women, youth and persons with disabilities as being out of touch and not serious about issues faced by people living with disabilities, revealing that the department’s disability unit was staffed by only three people.
According to a pamphlet, the movement said braai wors was an ‘essential part of our culture’ but was missing from many food packs.
‘If there was proper oversight and scrutiny, we would have had a more rational, less damaging lockdown. This is why the Constitution matters,’ said advocate Erin-Dianne Richards.
The cops also allegedly broke a large pot plant worth R1,000 and ‘it’s as though they wanted to catch us in the act’, the pastor said.
A large proportion of people are borrowing money from friends, family, employers, or mashonisas.
Cradle of Hope has been providing children and adults in need with fresh peanut-butter sandwiches every day, but the social development department has stopped them.
Those who wish to distribute directly to communities must first obtain authorisation from the department.
About 5% of their beneficiaries are undocumented immigrants who live in fear of xenophobic attacks even for the simple act of accepting free food.
SANBS’s Zylvah Makola said South Africans over 18 years old will have the option to sign up as blood donors via the social media platform.
1000Women1Voice has written to the UN to complain that the state appears to be trying to take food out of the mouths of the most vulnerable.
South Africa’s self -proclaimed Kwasakwasa Dance King Maloabotsheba Steven Sefofa is taking coronavirus education to far-flung rural villages in Limpopo.
‘If you get infected, there will be no one to comfort you and say their goodbyes. Stay home. Wear your mask and sanitise.’
The SA Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) is investigating more than 200 complaints related to the lockdown.
Minister of Trade, Industry and Competition Ebrahim Patel late yesterday unlocked online shopping for consumers and traders for e-commerce.