As the global war against COVID-19 intensifies, tens of thousands of essential workers find themselves on the frontline. Many are in the unenviable position of fighting the pandemic, at the risk of their own lives and those of their families.
SABC News captures their voices in the weekly feature, COVID-19 Frontline Workers.
This week, Digital News producer Lebo Tshangela speaks to a public school teacher about his experience with the coronavirus. The teacher who lives in the Western Cape requested to remain anonymous.
Here is his story:
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