World leaders have found that leading their nations into lockdown was easier than guiding them out into an ever-changing and uncertain world.

The initial lockdown regulations affected every citizen in SA. This seemingly initiated a feeling of harmony and pride in our national response, a mood not felt in SA since the mid-90s. This has since changed.

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