SA Lockdown: Artists to march to Union Buildings

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JOHANNESBURG - Artists are marching against the strict lockdown rules.

They're at the Union Buildings to urge the government to allow them to work.

Entertainers have been unable to perform since the COVID-19 lockdown in March making it hard for them to earn an income.

They are calling for the industry to operate at 70% capacity.

It's has been one of the hardest-hit sectors since lockdown regulations came into effect in March, making it difficult for entertainers to earn an income.

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Earlier this month, artists in KwaZulu-Natal took to the streets.

Meanwhile, President Cyril Ramaphosa could address the nation this week.

Many are expecting a move to alert Level 1 to be announced, which will see more industries reopen.