Ministers’ Mkhize and Zulu launch MAC for Social Behavioural Change

Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize and Social Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu on Youth Day launched a multi-sectoral Ministerial Advisory Committee on Social Behavioural Change as the
number of COVID-19 infections continue to rise.

The team consists of leaders from faith-based organisations, civil society and labour unions. Speaking during a digital press briefing on Tuesday, Mkhize said this social compact “is a transition from relying on enforcement to relying on the sheer goodwill and tenacity of South Africans to do what it takes to save lives and livelihoods”.

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