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Bad news for smokers as Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma celebrates victory

@Paradigm_heart 06/28/2020

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President Cyril Ramaphosa and minister Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma are the main reason why the date to declare a verdict on the application of the sale of cigarettes to be essential.

This decision made a lot of people to be angry and confused not forgetting frustrated,thos os beyond smokers, Batsa and fita are now having a great concern for the family that are loosing their source of income and jobs. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Ramaphosa and Dlamini Zuma said that this is not an urgent matter and it does not deserve immediate attention,was this a selfish act?

It seems like our leaders are not concerned about our wellbeing and our survival,how can they cause thousands of people to lose their jobs and still remain unbothered?it will cost many job looses for South Africans.

The Court however will be heard in August and that is not what Batsa and Fita were expecting as they received this postponement from the Courts on Friday.

We pray for the families that lost their income,the tobacco addict and the producers to survive this painfu terror. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

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Top Comments
Southafrican1 · 06/28/2020
Let us be honest, I think there is no reason really to keep selling of cigarettes banned, let smokers kill themselves if they want to, and honestly smoking is far safer than drinking alcohol which have been seen to cause more vehicle accidents and increased GBV.
mosesrackes · 06/28/2020
Being rude, racist and false allegations against the Minister was unacceptable and unfair. Those petitions you were signing was fake as smoke u thought you were the only one who know the constitution
RichardShampis · 06/28/2020
our votes will remain non-essential guys nor matter cigarettes can essential but my vote will remain non-essential.
StevenTsomele · 06/28/2020
Eish koko o mobe o thabile

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