Spaza owned by South Africans will be the only one’s running during 21 days lockdown

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Spaza shops that will

 

be running during 21 days Lockdown are that owned by South Africans.

 

Spaza shops that will be open during #21daysLockdown are the ones that are owned and managed by South Africans. Shops owned by Pakistans/Bangladesh, Somalians, Chinese etc will be closed.This happened when President Cyril Ramaphosa announces a nation wide lockdown of 21 days from midnight 26 March to combat the spread of the pandemic CoronavirusInSA

 

South Africa is not different from other African ountries ,we need to look at success of other countries.The unemployment rate in Ghana 6.7% Tanzania 9.7% and DRC 11% all this countries had got legislation that prohibits all foreign nationals to participate in a informal sector.

 

In our Country South Africa 80% of small business are owned owned by the foreign nationals and they don’t employ South Africans.The government must introduce a legislation that allow South Africans to trade in small towns,rural areas and inner city economy.It’s unacceptable these foreign nationals can trade in our country but we cannot trade in their Country.

 

It’s unfair for South Africans to compete with these foreign nationals that are founded by their government while we struggle for that.South Africans must come first to fight this unemployment. Foreign nationals must get jobs on the scarcity of skills

 

When small businesses flourish, so do their communities ,supporting each other as black people will empower us to achieve more.

 

 

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  1. wanna know does it also
    applied for Tuck shops in residents areas to be open

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