The Constitutional Court (ConCourt) on Monday dismissed an application seeking to declare the 21-day national lockdown unconstitutional.
The Hola Bon Renaissance Foundation approached the court challenging the constitutionality of the lockdown regulations, saying coronavirus (COVID-19) didn’t pose a threat to South Africans.
President Cyril Ramaphosa announced restrictions on movement, travel, and trade, amongst others as the country tries to contain the spread of COVID-19.
But the Hola Bon Renaissance Foundation said the president was ill-informed and overreacted.
The foundation’s chairperson Bontshitswe Mothopeng said: “Why do you stop the country on a disease that has not even shown its presence? How many diseases are in South Africa that our people are dying each and every day of those diseases?”
In other news – Actress Nolo Phiri fired from Muvhango – She was caught cheating on her Boss
Sultry actress Lehlogonolo “Nolo” Phiri has lost her job as an associate producer in SABC2 soapie Muvhango for allegedly securing a role at a rival production without the knowledge of her boss Duma Ndlovu.
Phiri, who worked closely with Ndlovu on the show, was removed from her position about two weeks ago after she allegedly auditioned for a role in Mzansi Magic drama series Isibaya without his permission. continue reading