Many South Africans return to their workplaces under alert level-1

Written by on 21 September, 2020

President, Cyril Ramaphosa, says for the economy to recover South Africans need to do everything possible to help rebuild it as the country enters level one lockdown.

From today most social and economic activity have resumed after many months of strict coronavirus lockdown rules which have devastated the economy.

The Cabinet is however yet to produce the recovery plan it promised.

Finance minister Tito Mboweni believes the economy is likely to contract by more than seven percent.

While Reserve Bank governor, Lesetja Kganyago, expects the gross domestic product to shrink by 8.2-percent this year from 7.3-percent.

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Meanwhile KwaZulu-Natal premier, Sihle Zikalala, says the province will soon be launch its own economic recovery plan.

The province has seen a dramatic decrease in coronavirus infections, with daily cases having dropped to an average of 233.

KZN now has 117-thousand-569 cases with 92 percent having recovered.

Zikalala says despite the drop, residents must remain vigilant.

The premier urges people to support local businesses, especially the smaller ones:

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