Hairdressers cannot be open under level 4 lockdown in South Africa, Cooperative Governance Minister Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma said on Wednesday. Dlamini Zuma said the national command council was inundated with requests to open hairdressers in the country but those who made the request to the government have been left disappointed. We heard you, but that cannot be allowed. There will be no social distancing at those hairdressers. The people will be in contact with each other. It is too risky to do so,” Dlamini Zuma said. She, however, encouraged people to go to the shops and buy those products for themselves and do their hair at their respective homes.
The hairdresser can also give advice online. When the risk of Covid-19 is gone, it is only then that we can allow them to open. It was one of the popular requests,” she said.
Last week, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the easing of the national lockdown to level 4, starting on Friday. Members of the government’s National Coronavirus Command Council, led by Dlamini Zuma, on Wednesday gave a detailed public briefing on the regulations relating to the easing of South Africa’s lockdown restrictions to Level 4.
In other news – Connie and Shona Ferguson are back on the Spotlight again #TheFergusonsMustFall
Following a report by Sunday World that Dineo Langa (née Moeketsi) is the latest actress to be shown the door on The Queen, which is produced by the Connie and Shona Ferguson (Ferguson Films), Twitter users have taken to the platform to express their views on the matter According to the report, Dineo who portrays Kea Khoza on the popular Mzansi Magic telenovela and has been on the show since it’s beginning is alleged to have been given the boot by the show after asking for a three-month break to shoot a movie.
The actress is said to have received a letter from Ferguson Films informing her that after she shouldn’t return back to work after the lockdown. News of the report has trended across social media with many expressing their shock over the show’s latest chop. Now the drama surrounding The Ferguson’s and their treatment of actors who work for them began last year after actress Vathiswa Ndara’s explosive letter. Read more