WATCH: FOREIGNERS Protest In Mzansi Hours After Ramaphosa CONDEMNED GATHERINGS - SOUTH AFRICA
South Africa, Pretoria - Well it seems foreigners especially Ethiopians could care less about, what the president of South Africa has to say as hundreds of Ethiopian foreigners ar currently protesting outside the American embassy in Pretoria."Mass gatherings such as major conferences and meetings, especially those that require a large number of people to be in close contact over extended periods, should be changed to virtual formats." Cyril Ramaphosa announced just a few hours ago.However it seems foreigners are above the law in South Africa, even during the detection of a new deadly strain of COVID-19. "End-of-year parties and matric year-end raves as well as other celebrations should ideally be postponed, and every person should think twice before attending or organising a gathering."So it appears only South Africans are dumb enough to take their president seriously meantime foreigners do as they please. "Where gatherings do take place, all the necessary Covid protocols must be closely observed." However you can clearly see at this gathering there is no COVID -19 protocols in place.
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