Zandspruit on COVID-19: 'Life goes on, no one cares for us'
There's nothing enjoyable about staying in a small-roomed structure made of corrugated iron for 21-days while left in despair about how you're going to pay the next month's rent. This is the reality for many South Africans living in informal settlements. Residents from Zandspruit informal settlement walked the streets and listened to music on the first day of the national lockdown. They say government never cared for their issues in the past and wouldn't care about them if they got infected with the coronavirus.