An early fourth wave of Covid-19 infections, heaps of avoidable deaths and the possibility of spending the festive season underneath hard lockdown.
These are the grim prospects, specialists say, if President Cyril Ramaphosa's surprise go on Thursday to ease restrictions on the measurement of gatherings this week backfires, as some worry it will lead us to 4th wave.
As South Africa approaches the elections soon, the president has moved the country to level 1 since the cases seemly to be dropping.
However, a lot of people are saying that the government eased the rules just that the citizens can be able to vote for the ruling party which is ANC.
Nobody likes Cyril Ramaphosa ever since covid has hit South Africa. A lot of people thought it was a scam used to reduce the world's population, however World Health Organisation made it clear that people must not underestimate such virus.
Scientists decry Ramaphosa's Covid-19 gamble
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