Seems People with ANC members from Durban eThekwini Have Left Many People Talking, This Following a Protest that was Held by the ANC Members Yesterday in Durban.
As The ANC And President Cyril Ramaphosa Launched Their Manifesto Yesterday, It seemed Like Covid19 And Regulations Placed Where Not Followed.
This Of Course Was Something Many People Of eThekwini Noticed, Hence Why they Ended Up Going to The City Hall to ptotest Against All Covid19 Regulations and Most Of All Mandatory Masks.
Covid19 Made Masks A Mandatory To All Who Want to Have Access To All things that Connects Us All As Societies, hence Why People and ANC members Of Durban Want Them No more.
With The Vaccination taking place and Giving All Who have Taken It An Advantage In Society, People and ANC members Have Went out to Protest The Use Of Masks.
The Fact That the Protest In Durban eThekwini Resulted In The ANC Members Burning the Masks that Have Been Made Mandatory from the start of Covid19, have left Many People Talking.
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