South Africa tremendous hardship is being experienced by the communities. The Trust is fully supportive of the lockdown regulations and the steps taken by the National Government to stem the spread of this disease. As part of the Trusts contribution to alleviate the suffering it has, in consultation with the KZN Department of Transport, local municipalities, councillors and Traditional leaders it is handing out hampers exceeding R2m in value. The hampers include basic necessities as agreed with as part of the community consultation. Picture Leon Lestrade/African News Agency(ANA)

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South Africa tremendous hardship is being experienced by the communities. The Trust is fully supportive of the lockdown regulations and the steps taken by the National Government to stem the spread of this disease. As part of the Trusts contribution to alleviate the suffering it has, in consultation with the KZN Department of Transport, local municipalities, councillors and Traditional leaders it is handing out hampers exceeding R2m in value. The hampers include basic necessities as
agreed with as part of the community consultation. Picture Leon Lestrade/African News Agency(ANA)

 

South Africa Cape Town 21 April 2020 People queue outside Pamela’s home in Gugulethu Pamela Silwana from Gugulethu CAN part of facebook group called together Cape Town.They are providing vouchers for community with R100 vegetables from a street vendors also distribute food parcels and give R150 electricity vouchers and R290 Electricity vouchers to two soup kitchens in the area. They help the elderly in the community with food and assistance with cleaning of their homes and also an education group looking at ways to help the children while the are at home during the lockdown Photographer Ayanda Ndamane African news agency/ANA

 

South Africa Cape Town 21 April 2020 Shiella Mguda dishing for Shella Besten in Gugulethu. Pamela Silwana from Gugulethu CAN part of facebook group called together Cape Town.They are providing vouchers for community with R100 vegetables from a street vendors also distribute food parcels and give R150 electricity vouchers and R290 Electricity vouchers to two soup kitchens in the area. They help the elderly in the community with food and assistance with cleaning of their homes and also an education group looking at ways to help the children while the are at home during the lockdown Photographer Ayanda Ndamane African news agency/ANA

 

SOUTH AFRICA – Cape Town – 21 April 2020 – Shop employee helps take away the stock after the store was looted in Macassar earlier. Picture:Brendan Magaar/African News Agency (ANA)

 

SOUTH AFRICA – Cape Town – 21 April 2020 – Shop employee helps take away the stock after the store was looted in Macassar earlier. Picture:Brendan Magaar/African News Agency (ANA)

 

South Africa tremendous hardship is being experienced by the communities. The Trust is fully supportive of the lockdown regulations and the steps taken by the National Government to stem the spread of this disease. As part of the Trusts contribution to alleviate the suffering it has, in consultation with the KZN Department of Transport, local municipalities, councillors and Traditional leaders it is handing out hampers exceeding R2m in value. The hampers include basic necessities as
agreed with as part of the community consultation. Picture Leon Lestrade/African News Agency(ANA)

 

South Africa – Durban -22 APRIL 2020 -Coronavirus : A man stands outside his double story house built of wood at Puntanshill informal settlement in Durban.
Picture Bongani Mbatha /African News Agency (ANA)

 

South Africa – Johannesburg – 21 April 2020 –  Field workers at Lenasia South are seen screening and testing residents in the aimed to combat the spread of covid-19.
Picture: Itumeleng English/African News Agency(ANA)

 

South Africa – Durban – 21 April 2020 – A number of businesses closed in Durban CBD as per lockdown regulation
Picture: Doctor Ngcobo/African News Agency(ANA)

 

South Africa – Durban – 21 April 2020 – A number of businesses closed in Durban CBD as per lockdown regulation
Picture: Doctor Ngcobo/African News Agency(ANA)

 

A woman wearing a disposable white beard mask, to protect against coronavirus, stands outside the entrance of a shopping supermarket in Soweto, South Africa, Thursday, March 26, 2020. In just hours South Africa goes into a nationwide lockdown for 21-days in an effort to mitigate the spread to the coronavirus. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)

 

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