Sandile Shezi’s presence at the Wynberg magistrate’s court in Gauteng was brief. Before his case was suspended, the magistrate commanded him to pay R3,000 to be released and relinquish the R5,000 bail he was acquitted on at his last appearance. He had been notified to appear in court at 8.30 am when he appeared last month, but he appeared about two hours late.
No person shall carry on the business of an Informal Trader at a place or in an area declared by the Council as a place or area in which Informal Trading is prohibited, this is according to the new rules by the new bosses in town. High-Density By-Law Operation conducted, by Johannesburg Metro Police Department officers in the Johannesburg Central Business District.
As we are entering the very busy festive season, and most news publications in the country are starting to focus on the Corona Virus (Covid-19) cases and the possibility of a fourth wave of infections in the country, there are more and more reports and speculations about President Cyril Ramaphosa and the South African government possibly implementing a harsher lockdown, which includes an alcohol sales ban.
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The National Liquor Traders' Council says it's willing to work with government to fight the pandemic.It says the state must keep to its promise and follow the science.They are also calling on President Cyril Ramaphosa to talk to them about fighting the virus while saving jobs. The sector was hit hard by continuous booze bans as the country tried to curb the spread of the virus.This time around we won't obey another harsh lockdown,tired of being treated like prisoners.
According to reports from multiple news publications including News 24, South Africa is currently facing the possibility of a fourth wave of Corona Virus (Covid-19) infections, The National Institute for Communicable Diseases says that due to the sustained increase of confirmed Corona Virus cases in Gauteng, the country could face a fourth wave of Corona Virus infections during the festive season. In response to the reports of the possibility of a fourth wave of Corona Virus infections in the country, the The
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Sandile Shezi has been hit by the spotlight for quite some time now after it was reported that he allegedly defrauded his business partner Allan Ledwaba. They are both co-founders of a forex trading academy under the name forex trading training institute (GFI). According to reports Shezi took away R500k from the business without the knowledge of his business partner which he later on became aware of.
The South African Liquor Traders are reported to be fearing that there could be another ban on alcohol sales as the Covid-19 4th wave draws near. The sector revealed that it could not afford to have another ban on alcohol sales .The government has been forced to ban alcohol sale and transportation in the previous periods of the second and third waves.
https://ewn.co.za/2021/11/23/sa-liquor-traders-call-for-no-booze-ban-ahead-of-covid-fourth-wave With the festive season around the corner, the South African liquor traders are calling on government to exercise caution in responding to the fourth wave. The word health and South African government must come before lie detector tests and human rights violations time we get serious against these criminal in control.
The liquor traders in South Africa have reportedly made a plea to the government not to be harsh on them when it comes to dealing with the fourth wave. The traders fear that banning alcohol will have a negative impact on their businesses .The National Liquor Traders´ Council reportedly revealed its willingness to work hand in hand with the government to fight the pandemic that has killed tens of thousands in South Africa .
JOHANNESBURG - Liquor traders are pleading with the government not to act hastily in dealing with the fourth COVID-19 wave.They fear the imposition of further alcohol bans will hurt players in the sector. The National Liquor Traders' Council says it's willing to work with government to fight the pandemic.It says the state must keep to its promise and follow the science.
The festive season is aroundthe corner and the buzz everywhere you go can be see as people are busy preparing themselves for this busy yet costly time of the year, but things seem to be still in the dark and decisions from the government regarding this time in these covid-19 pandemic hectic time are still awaited by many South African people.
Kindly comment, like, share and follow me for more content. Sandile Shezi was born in Umlazi, within the South of Durban, South Africa. He is 28 years old as of 2020. He attended the Durban University of Technology (DUT) wherein he obtained a National Diploma in Public Relations and applied communications.
South African liquor traders have called for heightened Covid-19 compliance amid concerns that a fourth wave of the pandemic might hit the country in December 2021. The industry urged the government not to impose any further alcohol bans in its fight against the pandemic. The National Liquor Traders (NLT) held tavern rallies across the country where vaccinations were administered to liquor traders and patrons recently in a bid to take the lead in the fight against the pandemic.
As the Covid-19 4th wave inevitable , the liquor industry is reported to be concerned about what will happen to them .Liqour traders have reportedly made a plea to the government of South Africa .They have called upon the government not to be harsh when it comes to how they will deal with the Covid-19 4th wave .
South African Liqour Traders are worried about the upcoming fourth wave of Covid 19 and they have called for government to put more cautions in response for the upcoming fourth wave in order to avoid the banning of Alcohol It is almost the festive season and the Liqour Traders plead for government to save their business by putting more cautions in response of fourth wave of Covid 19.
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