- South Africans are not happy with the state of the nation as the list of gripes grows longer
- People are unhappy with the state of the economy, loadshedding and corruption and want things to change
- A new hashtag began attending on social media demanding that the #ANCMustFall
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Social media users have a new hashtag that is trending, they are demanding that the #ANCMustFall and are posting their opinions online.
Citizens are citing a number of reasons for their discontent, the economy, corruption and loadshedding are common gripes.
Briefly.co.za learned that this is what Mzansi had to say about #ANCMustFall:
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Briefly.co.za reported earlier that the Special Investigating Unit has confirmed that it will be heading an inquiry into allegations of fraud and corruption relating to Covid-19 relief.
Briefly.co.za reported that President Cyril Ramaphosa had announced the establishment of a R500 billion fund intended to fight the virus and the economic devastation that came with the national lockdown.
The SIU is now waiting on the national Covid-19 proclamation to outline the mandate and remit of its probe into the fund, with the proclamation in its final drafting phase.
President Ramaphosa will now need to sign off on the proclamation before the SIU may begin to investigate allegations of corruption relating to the fund, which has absorbed 10% of SA's GDP.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that South African citizens will be treated to another 'family meeting' with President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday evening.
This is according to a report indicating that a number of regulations will be tightened amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Some of the restrictions set to be tightened are reportedly a reintroduction of a night-time curfew, tighter liquor rules and limited movement between provinces.
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