Masimanyane returns to Level 4 lockdown


For the safety of our staff, and those we serve, MASIMANYANE Women's Rights International has made the decision to

RETURN TO LEVEL 4 LOCKDOWN

Therefore, all our services will again be rendered

VIRTUALLY and ONLINE.


Masimanyane Executive Director Dr Lesley-Ann Foster has announced that the organisation will return to Level 4 lockdown protocols, with immediate effect.


"All our services will once again be offered online," she said. "We cannot risk the safety and well-being of our staff and the communities we serve as COVID ravages our families and communities.


Masimanyane's Southernwood offices look out over St Dominic's Hospital, which has seen an alarming rise in the number of COVUD-19 admissions.


"We have read that the second wave of infections is deadlier. We need to ramp up all protective measures by limiting our contact with others, wearing masks at all times, intensifying our sanitizing practices and ensuring that we keep social distancing with discipline," Foster said.


"Stay safe and stay healthy. It's up to YOU and I"


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