Yesterday taxis, and mini cars, in fact, there was no car in Durban city because there was no way at all, Nazareth Church members fully occurred the area and marching.
Now, the sad news has just broken out saying that some church members have been arrested for breaking the rules and regulations of the lockdown. According to Blessings Ramona, Philani Lwandle was arrested "Nazareth Baptist Church member arrested. One of the convenors of the March yesterday, Philani Lwandle, was arrested and charged for breaking lockdown regulations. The Ethekwini Metro said the permission that was given for March, was meant to be for 500 people only" Reported Blessings.People have shared their thoughts in the comment section and many of them were saying this is unfair "How about those political manifests ai mzansi" said a livid user. Many people in the comment section were saying if that is the case, then some politicians must be arrested with immediate effect, "Ramaphosa and Malema must be arrested as well. Double standards" said another user.
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