Western Cape Premier, Alan Winde, is calling for the end to the National State of Disaster. He says a blanket approach is not needed, and provincial capacity must be taken into account. Winde says a better COVID-19 management system will reduce pressures on the country’s economy.
“You are managing your hospital system, it doesn’t matter how many beds you’ve got, you don’t need a blanket lockdown across the whole of the country when we don’t need it in Gauteng right now,” he said.
So quite frankly, and the same thing would apply to a number of our provinces and we started getting it right, I think, at the start of the second wave when we started closing districts down.
On Wednesday South Africa recorded more than 4,100 new Covid-19 cases. KwaZulu-Natal remains a hotspot with 1,163 new COVID-19 cases.
In other news – DJ Sumbody settles Zodwa Wabantu’s R8000 bill at Ayepyep Lifestyle Lounge – Video
Socialite Zodwa WaBantu recently took to social media to reveal that DJ Sumbody invited her over to come and have some fun at Ayeyep. She could order any drink that she wanted and eat whatever she wanted. How generous of DJ Sumbody?
It’s not the first time we’ve seen the popular DJ invite celebrities over to come and have fun at his spot as this is good marketing for his business. Learn more