The South African Covid-19 Statistics are looking positive for the first time in while .However ,is South Africa ready to reduce its restrictions even further? Click on the video link below to find out how Professor Mosa Moshabela responded .He is a Vice-Chancellor of Research and Innovation at the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal .
A Professor Accuses Government Of Giving The Public Misinformation Regarding Latest Wave Of Covid-19
On the latest wave of Covid-19, @Mosa Moshabela, Professor of University Of KwaZulu Natal has put a few things into perspective regarding the 'misinformation' given to the public regarding Coronavirus. Moshabela took to Twitter and has explained that what is regarded as a new strain of Coronavirus, is actually a variant. In alcoholic terms, this is more like Hennessy VS and Hennessy VSOP. It may seem like Moshabela is frustrated at lost debates in some instances. The fuss over NPIs and waves seems not only pedantic
Cape Town – The UKZN Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Research and Innovation, Professor Mosa Moshabela, says it is untrustworthy for the alcohol business to expect the public authority not to put limitations on liquor over the Easter occasions.
Dean of the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s School of Nursing and Public Health, professor Mosa Moshabela, said that over the course of the lockdown, South Africa has seen better government coordination in the way that the various ministers have addressed regulations put in place to deal with the virus. “On the health systems side, we have seen a lot of preparation. The minister of health will always emphasise the need to increase capacity for laboratory testing, wanting up to 36,000 tests a day. “On to
The UKZN Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Research and Innovation, Professor Mosa Moshabela, says it is untrustworthy for the alcohol business to expect the public authority not to put limitations on liquor over the Easter occasions.