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THE advent of COVID-19 has seen major disruptions in the economy and life in general across the globe. Education has not been spared either. The MBDA, an entity of the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality has decided to step in and provide support to thousands of students and scholars of Nelson Mandela Bay.

“The MBDA has decided to dedicate one of the events spaces at the Tramways, the Left-Wing, a 300 square metre venue with a capacity of 100 desks, socially distanced.

This facility will be equipped with a desk and chair per user, controlled access to Wi-Fi/Internet, as well as all the sanitizing and screening offerings as per COVID-19 regulations,” says Luvuyo Bangazi, Spokesperson of the MBDA.

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