Bheki Cele is violent towards blacks and romantic when talking to whites: EFF
In his press conference, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the restrictions of alcohol sales and consumption is a move to contain the second wave of Covid-19 infections.
A nationwide curfew was extended from 9 pm – 6 am apart from essential workers.
Police minister Bheki Cele held a press conference to announce the tightening of lockdown rules, in his statement, he stated that everyone should be in bed sleeping by 9 pm. Minister Cele warns citizens who are planning secret booze parties in celebration of the new year. This prompted a party statement from The Economic Freedom Fighters led by CIC Julius Malema. The Red Army calls out “ Anti-black Minister” Bheki Cele over his treatment of Black Covid-19 rules offenders vs White offenders. EFF states that the Minister of Police is violent towards blacks and turns romantic when speaking to white people.
EFF STATEMENT ON THE UTTERANCES MADE BY BHEKI CELE
The EFF notes the inappropriate and attention-seeking utterances made by Minister Bheki Cele. After President Ramaphosa announced that we must celebrate the New Year in our homes and that at 12 midnight he will be lighting a candle for the departed due to COVID-19, Bheki Cele comes contradicting the President with his unfounded and stupid regulations that South Africans ought to be in bed by 9pm. We are all expected to be home by 9pm and so the police must not harass South Africans because of the misguided imbecile of a minister who clearly suffers from verbal diarrhoea.
This clown called Bheki Cele is an anti-black minister who is only good at using violent language when he talks to blacks and very romantic when he talks to whites. Moreover, when it comes to fighting corruption, CIT robberies, and GBV, he is nowhere to be found. As such, as from today, no black person should listen to him until he deals decisively with the above-mentioned. We are not in a police state and Bheki Cele must not behave like he is the absolute arbiter. He can tell his kids when to sleep at 9pm, not us.
The EFF remains sympathetic to all infected, affected, and families of those who lost their lives hence the EFF contributed R15 million to the Solidarity Fund in fighting this killer disease. But today we are rebooting to face it with new vigour and determination, even in the face of death we should always appreciate life.
Under the adjusted level 3 regulations:
All indoor and outdoor gatherings will be prohibited for 14 days from the date hereof, except for funerals and other limited exceptions as detailed in the regulations, such as restaurants, museums, gyms and casinos.
Funerals may not be attended by more than 50 people with social distancing.
Every business premises must determine the maximum number of staff and customers permitted at any one time based on our social-distancing guidelines and may not exceed that limit.
The nationwide curfew will be extended from 9pm to 6am. Apart from permitted workers and for medical and security emergencies, nobody is allowed outside their place of residence during the curfew.
Non-essential establishments – including shops, restaurants, bars and all cultural venues – must close at 8pm.
From now on it is compulsory for every person to wear a mask in a public space. A person who does not wear a cloth mask covering over the nose and mouth in a public place will be committing an offence.