The pandemic is hard for older, poor people who say ‘the young don’t care’

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Ntombizanele Jozana and Sylvia Gxabhagxabha feel government should be “harsher” on those that do not adhere to lockdown rules and putting older persons at risk. Picture: Nasief Manief/Spotlight
Ntombizanele Jozana and Sylvia Gxabhagxabha feel government should be “harsher” on those that do not adhere to lockdown rules and putting older persons at risk. Picture: Nasief Manief/Spotlight

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Nosipho Nkayi (63) has become accustomed to walking the distance of about five kilometres from the Michael Mapongwana Clinic in Harare, where she collects her diabetes and high blood pressure medication, to her shack in Endlovini in Khayelitsha.

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