The poor are hungry as wrangle rages on

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South Africa is still a country of inequality, and the Covid-19 coronavirus-enforced lockdown has intensified the deep divisions in our society.

On one hand, there are people stuck in their homes with Wi-Fi, TV and the ability to hit the shops at any time to stock up the fridge while lamenting the lockdown restrictions.

On the other hand, millions are now without an income, a stable source of food or even the luxury of social distancing.

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