The opposition figure urged spiritual leaders not to reopen church buildings
South Africa’s firebrand opposition politician Julius Malema has urged people not to fall for the “trap” of going to church, saying they may die after contracting coronavirus
Places of worship are set to reopen from 1 June after President Cyril Ramaphosa introduced easing of lockdown restrictions to stage three – however solely 50 or much less people can be allowed inside at any time.
On Thursday, Mr Malema stated the reopening of church buildings would expose worshippers to infections and urged spiritual leaders to preserve them closed in the event that they cared in regards to the well-being of their people.
He suggested members of his Economic Freedom Fighters get together not to attend worship, saying “it’s a set-up”.
He stated eating places had higher hygiene practices however remained closed and so worship locations should not reopen.
Here is a part of his speech at a media briefing:
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