South African minister placed on compulsory two months leave for attending lunch at a friend’s house despite lockdown order

South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa has placed the country’s Minister for Communications and Digital Technologies, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, on a special leave for two months, one month of which will be unpaid.

The leave comes after a picture of her having lunch with her politician friend, MP Mduduzi Manana, during lockdown emerged on social media.

In a statement released Wednesday morning, the president expressed his disapproval of the minister’s actions, stating that it undermined the requirement that all citizens stay at home during the lockdown.

Ndabeni-Abraham had over the weekend, paid a visit to a friend and had lunch with his family – her action however contravened the lockdown order of the government for all citizens to stay in their homes as the nation fights to curb the spread of the novel Coronavirus.

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South Africa so far, has 1749 confirmed cases of Coronavirus, 45 recoveries and 13 deaths.

See the statement placing her on special leave and reactions from South Africans below,



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