The manager of a restaurant in Parkhurst, Johannesburg, holds a banner during a national protest, organised by Restaurant Association of South Africa against the national lockdown regulations. Many in the industry have lost their jobs and income due to the lockdown and curfew regulations. Picture: Luca Sola / AFP
The manager of a restaurant in Parkhurst, Johannesburg, holds a banner during a national protest, organised by Restaurant Association of South Africa against the national lockdown regulations. Many in the industry have lost their jobs and income due to the lockdown and curfew regulations. Picture: Luca Sola / AFP
Chefs, waiters, winery workers, hoteliers & tourism operators protest for #JobsSaveLives in Cape Town’s CBD. Many in the industry lost their jobs and income due to the lockdown and curfew regulations. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER/SUNDAY TIMES​
Chefs, waiters, winery workers, hoteliers & tourism operators protest for #JobsSaveLives in Cape Town’s CBD. Many in the industry lost their jobs and income due to the lockdown and curfew regulations. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER/SUNDAY TIMES​
A chef at the Rocket restaurant in Parkhurst, Johannesburg, holds a banner during a protest organised by Restaurant Association of South Africa to protest against the national lockdown regulations. Picture: Luca Sola / AFP
A chef at the Rocket restaurant in Parkhurst, Johannesburg, holds a banner during a protest organised by Restaurant Association of South Africa to protest against the national lockdown regulations. Picture: Luca Sola / AFP
Chefs, waiters, winery workers, hoteliers & tourism operators protest for #JobsSaveLives in Cape Town’s CBD. Many in the industry lost their jobs and income due to the lockdown and curfew regulations. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER/SUNDAY TIMES​
Chefs, waiters, winery workers, hoteliers & tourism operators protest for #JobsSaveLives in Cape Town’s CBD. Many in the industry lost their jobs and income due to the lockdown and curfew regulations. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER/SUNDAY TIMES​
Workers at the Beerhouse, in Long Street join other people working in the restaurant, food and alcohol industry in a nationwide protest against lockdown regulations, in Cape Town. Picture: RODGER BOSCH / AFP
Workers at the Beerhouse, in Long Street join other people working in the restaurant, food and alcohol industry in a nationwide protest against lockdown regulations, in Cape Town. Picture: RODGER BOSCH / AFP
People working in the restaurant, food and alcohol industry take part in a nationwide protest against provisions in lockdown legislation, which threaten the survival of businesses and jobs, in Cape Town. Picture: RODGER BOSCH / AFP
People working in the restaurant, food and alcohol industry take part in a nationwide protest against provisions in lockdown legislation, which threaten the survival of businesses and jobs, in Cape Town. Picture: RODGER BOSCH / AFP
Chefs, waiters, winery workers, hoteliers & tourism operators protest for #JobsSaveLives in Cape Town’s CBD. Many in the industry lost their jobs and income due to the lockdown and curfew regulations. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER/SUNDAY TIMES​
Chefs, waiters, winery workers, hoteliers & tourism operators protest for #JobsSaveLives in Cape Town’s CBD. Many in the industry lost their jobs and income due to the lockdown and curfew regulations. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER/SUNDAY TIMES​
People working in the restaurant, food and alcohol industry take part in a nationwide protest against provisions in lockdown legislation, which threaten the survival of businesses and jobs, in Cape Town. Picture: RODGER BOSCH / AFP
People working in the restaurant, food and alcohol industry take part in a nationwide protest against provisions in lockdown legislation, which threaten the survival of businesses and jobs, in Cape Town. Picture: RODGER BOSCH / AFP
Staff members of a restaurant in Rosebank, Johannesburg, demonstrate against the lockdown regulations. Many in the industry lost their jobs and income due to the lockdown and curfew regulations. Picture: MARCO LONGARI / AFP
Staff members of a restaurant in Rosebank, Johannesburg, demonstrate against the lockdown regulations. Many in the industry lost their jobs and income due to the lockdown and curfew regulations. Picture: MARCO LONGARI / AFP