In recent months the country of South Africa has been opening up more and more and getting back to some normality after the devastating effects of the Corona Virus (Covid-19) global pandemic, and the reason South Africa is finally getting back to some normality is because President Cyril Ramaphosa has lifted most of the Corona Virus lockdown regulations in the country since the number of positive cases started showing signs of slowing down.
However, former South African Minister of Finance Tito Mboweni is not happy that a lot of South Africans are no longer wearing their masks even in large public gatherings such as parties, funerals and church services, Tito Mboweni lashed out on social media site Twitter about people not wearing masks, and he even went as far as to say that he will not be attending any large gatherings in person because the Corona Virus is still here but people are not wearing their masks, he even claimed that he will not be attending any ANC NEC meetings...
"I refuse to go to large gatherings. I won’t go to any in-person meeting of the ANC NEC. I am not going there. I will attend virtually. In-Person? Nope." - Wrote the former Minister of Finance.
Sources References | https://twitter.com/tito_mboweni/status/1528718905686081544?t=MRvqC2FKJyXitxrv5wvVcQ&s=19 | https://twitter.com/tito_mboweni/status/1528744832696569861?t=6ITbjnJUPFI2VZYVWBpVBw&s=19
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