IFP bemoans ‘frivolous’ amendments to Covid-19 regulations
Two ministers have changed limitations regarding food trading and public transport a week into the lockdown, which is seen as pandering to industry
On Friday, the IFP criticised the government for relaxing regulations aimed at limiting the spread of Covid-19, saying its mixed messages have caused panic and anxiety in SA.
The criticism comes after co-operative governance and traditional affairs minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma threw informal food traders a lifeline on Thursday night, saying they would be allowed to trade again, provided they obtain a permit from their local municipality...
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