South Africa is on the fourth wave of the coronavirus pandemic and not even politicians are spared from getting infected. At least 75 000 positive cases have been confirmed in the last week alone. The new Omicron variant that was also discovered in the last two weeks has made the spread of this deadly virus to to be rapid and immediate.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has called for the mandatory vaccination at work places and other public places. This, according to government is being done to reduce the number of positive cases.
Ikatha Freedom Party Founder and President Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi has tested positive for Covid-19.
The news was shared by the IFP after the family issued out a statement of the leader testing positive for the second time.
“We, the family of Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi, Founder and President Emeritus of the IFP, Inkosi of the Buthelezi Clan and Traditional Prime Minister to the Zulu Monarch and Nation, wish to advise that uMntwana wa KwaPhindangene has again tested positive for Covid-19,” the statement read.
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