KZN Government Concerned with COVID-19 Spike

Written by on 30 November, 2020

By: Bongani Gina

KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala says they are concerned with the rising number of people contracting the Coronavirus in this province in the past four weeks.

Zikalala said this during a media briefing on COVID-19 provincial statistics as well as the latest state of affairs.

He says there has been 340 COVID-19 related deaths in these weeks and this is a concern because the province is sitting on number 3 in terms of the number of infections in the country.

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Zikalala said the increase in the number of violent cases against foreign truck drivers has prompted the provincial government to urgently meet with truck operators and seek solutions on the matter.

This follows a series of truck attacks across the province.

He says truck operators must make sure that they prioritize hiring South African truck drivers over foreigners adding that foreign truck drivers without proper documentation should face the arm of law.

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The Premier says that his government has taken an intensified campaign against the abuse of women and children, and against femicide.

He adds that the campaign against violence directed to women and children should not only be the 16 days in November and December, but should be throughout the year.

 

 

 

 


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