Lockdown regulation about-turns by the government are muddying the waters - like the changes to taxi capacities, cross-provincial travel for funerals, and informal food vendors now being allowed to trade, says Refilwe.
After a very strong stance by government when the lockdown was first implemented, the regulations seem to be being tweaked at the sides.
"I think we soon going to find ourselves with a pseudo-lockdown with some very dire consequences."
EWN's Petrus Botha speaks to Refilwe Moloto about the state of queues outside liquor
stores as government allows the sale of alcohol within certain limits under level three
of lockdown regulations.
Guest: Dr Martyn Davies Managing Director of Emerging Markets & Africa and Dean of Deloitte Alchemy School of Management at Deloitte.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Sanef chairperson, Mahlatse Mahlase speaks to Refilwe Moloto about their special Covid-19 briefing with President Ramaphosa as the country prepares to move to lockdown level three as of June 1.LISTEN TO PODCAST
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Cape teacher, Cathy Adams, talks to Refilwe Moloto about how her school, Malibu HS, is dealing with the reopening of classes and the confusion surrounding it as national government has postponed a crucial briefing on the opening set for June 1.LISTEN TO PODCAST
The SA Democratic Teachers Union was one of the bodies calling for the postponement of the return to class on June 1. Their secretary general, Mugwena Maluleke talks to Refilwe Moloto about their relief at the delay and their very real concerns about the safety of teachers and learners.LISTEN TO PODCAST
What are the immediate business lessons we need to learn to survive the massive drop in economic activity? Refilwe Moloto speaks to Graham Fehrsen, the founder and CEO of NOVO, who has been coaching business leaders for over 15 years.LISTEN TO PODCAST
After successive fuel price decreases, the price of fuel is expected to go up again as of
Wednesday. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Layton Beard, spokesperson for the Automobile
Association of South Africa.