Remember when we couldn’t buy short pants or ciggies?

COVID AFTER TWO YEARS: Since the first SA case a lot has happened. Some good, some bad and some just bizarre

03 March 2022 - 20:44

South Africans have been through a lot in the past two years. From the first Covid-19 case on March 5 2020 we’ve had “family meetings” with President Cyril Ramaphosa, been ordered indoors unless absolutely necessary, told we could only buy booze from Mondays to Thursdays (if we could do so at all). We even had a song produced about “when people zol”, in response to the reasoning behind the controversial cigarette ban...

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