No Lockdown In Musina And Much Of Limpopo Province Neighbouring Zimbabwe As South Africa Gets Off To A Slow Start To 21 Days Lockdown.
27 March 2020
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Correspondent|The Mec of Transport and Community safety in limpopo Hon. Mavhungu lerule-Ramakhanya says she is concerned about the continuing movement of members of the community during the 21 days Nation-wide lockdown in limpopo.

Transport Spokesperson in limpopo Matome Moremi-Tauyatswala said This comes after reports from consent members of the community particularly in the area of Modimolle Mokgopong, Capricorn District, Mankweng, that people are continuing to move freely during the lockdown

Moremi-Tauyatswala said Traffic and Police officers are monitoring the situation In Vhembe at Thavhani mall, and motorists are complying in terms of carrying passengers. 

“About 10 minibuses have already been impounded and are being prosecuted for operating contrary to regulations(operational times) put in place for Covid19,” Moremi Tauyatswala said.

Moremi-Tauyatswala said their officials will continue to monitor hots spots around the province in an attempt to make sure that everyone complies with the law and added that those who continue to work freely without valid reasons will be arrested.

Meanwhile police in Mankweng said, they are happy with the response of community members regarding national wide lockdown which started yesterday midnight.