Thuli Madonsela: Who can blame the people for ignoring restrictions when the law is gratuitously unfair?

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Two women were arrested by police for selling cakes and snacks on the pavements without a permit during lockdown regulations in Soweto in April.                                                  Picture: Tebogo Letsie
Two women were arrested by police for selling cakes and snacks on the pavements without a permit during lockdown regulations in Soweto in April. Picture: Tebogo Letsie

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