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South Africans reflect on the lessons lockdown has taught them

From what the believe they have learned about the capabilities of Eskom, the police and government, to people's ability to live without alcohol and tobacco, check out what SA thinks it has learned from self-isolation.


19 days into the lockdown and South Africans are feeling pensive. So much so that they took to social media to share what they have learned during this period using the hashtag #WhatILearntDuringLockDown.

Lessons range from what the believe they have learned about the capabilities of Eskom, the South Africa Police Service (Saps) and government, to people’s ability to live without alcohol and tobacco.

Check out some of the most hilarious contributions:

https://twitter.com/Fantastic_SoLo/status/1250022198347214848?s=20

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https://twitter.com/Assekhona/status/1250051079221530625?s=20

https://twitter.com/MhayiseEric/status/1250050230185271296?s=20

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