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A Covid campaign for a South African context

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Tebogo Malope on the set of The Solidarity Fund’s TV adverts. Picture: Supplied
Tebogo Malope on the set of The Solidarity Fund’s TV adverts. Picture: Supplied

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Throughout the festive season and as children ease back into schools, the Solidarity Fund has been using television, radio and billboards to remind people of the various ways they can do their bit to curb the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus.

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The EFF has sent a legal letter to President Cyril Ramaphosa’s office, demanding that the lockdown regulations be relaxed to allow political gatherings in compliance with all Covid-19 protocols. The party said that regulations prohibit political campaigning and activities in preparation for this year’s local government elections.
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