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Its time to hold SA politicians accountable for damage to the economy

Its time to hold SA politicians accountable for damage to the economy

6 July 2020 12:31 PM

Advocate Vusi Thembekwayo says that its time for citizens to call out SA politicians for driving such a hard lockdown and the damage it caused to the economy. Thembekwayo posted a video to his social media platforms which quickly went viral, pointing out how the lockdown has destroyed businesses and lives. In the video, the businessman takes viewers on a tour of an office in his building, which had over 70 employees before the lockdown was implemented, and has now been emptied out as the business has closed its doors.

Kieno joined by Advocate Vusi Thembekwayo.


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