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Police arrest 84 people in Bela-Bela for disobeying lockdown rules

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The 84 people were each fined R500 and released. Eight days into the 21-day national lockdown in South Africa, Bela-Bela police had already arrested several people who disobeyed the national lockdown order.

Col. Bela-Bela police chief Abel Phetla told Die Post on inquiry that 84 people had already been arrested in Bela-Bela for violating the restriction rules.

Most of them were arrested in the streets, as they were not on their way to buy food or get medical help, he said.

The 84 people were each fined R500 and released.

Police on Monday and Tuesday held roadblocks at various locations in the town and strictly supervised residents who received their government grants at banks and chain stores.

The department of traffic has authorized taxi drivers’ hours of operation to be extended at certain times of the month, but the number of passengers in each taxi must be strictly controlled, Phetla said.

“The police officers maintain safe protocol. When officers report for service in the morning, they are provided with masks and gloves. So far, the situation is under control in Bela-Bela,” Phetla said.

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Yesterday the 2nd of April, Mzansi dancer Zodwa Wabantu took to social media to wish her bae, Vusi Buthelezi a happy birthday accompanied by a very heart-melting and sweet message, and it clearly showed she has fallen so deeply in love with her man.

Zodwa Wabantu

Due to the lockdown situation, they didn’t get to vibrantly celebrate the special day and she promised to make it up to him once the virus crisis is over. continue reading

Source: The Citizen