AFRICAN economies remain vulnerable to covid-19 restrictions which have seen businesses closed and movements constrained to essential at a time most governments are failing to meet certain basic demands by its citizenry.
Kenya has begun relaxing lockdown measures opening some businesses including restaurants where every worker is required to get tested for COVID-19 which costs around $180 per person in their country.
South Africa has embarked on a five-stage plan to deal with the covid-19 as they seek to reopen markets. They are in the process of implementing stage 4 with yet limited economic activity.
Zimbabwe is yet to announce the next step which might see certain businesses open albeit with limited movement.
Watch the SABC video that shed more on the matter below: