- South Africa is set to move on to lockdown Level 3 and with this comes a host of new challenges
- South Africans are anxious about how this will unfold, if the schools are ready and how businesses will operate safely
- We asked our readers what their prayers for the nation are as we move into Level 3
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As South Africa prepares to move to Level 3, South Africans are anxious about how schools will cope when they reopen and businesses start operating again.
Briefly.co.za wanted South Africa to know that the country is in our thoughts and prayers.
We pray for good health for all South Africans, we pray that all small and large business owners businesses start to pick up again, we pray that those who have gone without food will be able to feed their families again and we pray that no more lives will be lost to this pandemic.
We asked South Africa what your prayers are:
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Here is what our readers responded with:
Thomas Marumo Spearman: "Lord we have felt the wrath of ur hand, ur anger towards your own children, Lord we know that we are just trespassers in this world, won't you please just ease your anger, our kids are going back to school, businesses opening, we can decide today but you always decide what tomorrow brings. I pray for healing globally in the powerful name of our mighty Jesus Christ, AMEN."
Tebza Mosweu: "I pray for compliance ..between employers and employee ... let us not be like children ...wear musk..wash hands ..keep 1.5-meter distance ..let us be vigilant all the time ...and pray that more jobs to be saved and the economy to recover again fast amen."
Sue Delport: "Prayers for our President and those who have to make decisions to keep us safe."
Specks Samuel Mdluli: "I pray for the scientists and medical experts to find the solution for preventing, suppressing or curing the savage novel coronavirus as well as the society to cooperate and be patient with the leaders."
Phumzile Zamokuhle Ngwane: "We pray for the cure of Covid-19.we pray for peace around our country. We pray for coronavirus to be cured."
Pule Utloa: "I pray for responsibility and discipline for all children, parents and teachers, to take Covid-19 as a threat to our future..."
Thoko Tshabalala: "That's my daily prayer for God to take control of the situation we find ourselves in."
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