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South Africa instituted its ban on the sale of cigarettes in late March, 2020.
South Africa instituted its ban on the sale of cigarettes in late March, 2020.
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Short-haul taxis are now allowed to be filled to 100% capacity, but Minister of Co-Operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma seems to have no problem in terms of the possible impact on the number of ICU beds required during the coronavirus pandemic due to people spending, for example, two hours a day in a taxi.

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