Gatvol citizens show the ANC their outrage

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Angry Alexandra residents refused to be addressed by former Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba in April 2019.  Picture: Gallo Images/ Sowetan/ Thulani Mbele
Angry Alexandra residents refused to be addressed by former Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba in April 2019. Picture: Gallo Images/ Sowetan/ Thulani Mbele

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Since then, government has continually asked citizens to do their bit to help curb the spread of the virus, which, judging by the number of infections and deaths reported daily, is currently at its peak.

For its part, government has eased some of the lockdown restrictions to enable some freedom of movement and to preserve jobs so the economy can function.

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