A 28 year-old COVID-19 survivor from Lusikisiki in the Eastern Cape says a lot still needs to be done to educate communities about the virus.
Residents of KwaMajola village in Port St Johns in the Eastern Cape have continued to ignore lockdown regulations, despite 40 people testing positive for the coronavirus in the area.
Informal traders, mainly women in Port St Johns in the Eastern Cape, have called on the Small Business Development ministry to prioritise micro businesses owned by women from impoverished households. Rural women are confronted by socio-economic challenges due to joblessness.
Port Elizabeth’s tourism hotspots have been jam-packed since December first. Meanwhile, police are on high alert in the coastal village of Port St Johns in the Eastern Cape.
Tourists are flocking to KwaZulu-Natal South Coast for the popular sardine run. The massive shoals of sardines are expected to swim past the area northwards.