CEO phases sit-in at Union Buildings


It’s imminent that the business is dealing with full and utter destruction, says Wendy Alberts, CEO of the Eating places Affiliation of SA (Rasa), on day three of a sit-in on the Union Buildings.

Alberts, with 11,000 eating places behind her, is looking for the revised lockdown degree three  curfew and ban on alcohol gross sales to be lifted.

Sporting a pink costume and a masks, Alberts on Wednesday walked up and down in entrance of an entrance to the seat of presidency with a placard stating “President Ramaphosa, please save our eating places” and “Jobs save lives”.

“This will probably be my workplace till the president talks to me and the remainder of our constituency and stakeholders,” she stated.