Four pharmacy employees have been nabbed after issuing fake Covid-19 vaccine certificates as the result of the debate of jabs being imperative at workplaces increasing the rage of individuals. The temporary staff worked at the Dis-Chem pharmacy (vaccination site) at President Square in Krugersdorp. The alleged fraud was noticed during a daily routine of checking if the number of vaccine doses to be stocked correspond to the number of applications made on the Electronic Vaccination Data System (EVDS). Mr Ivan Saltzman who is the CEO of the company mentioned that they did not hesitate to take action as soon as possible. Any dishonest activities will not be tolerated and Dis-Chem condemns any action that undermines the government’s national rollout campaign.
On Tuesday on the 14th of September the University of Cape Town (UCT) received doses of its own from the South African Parastatal and Tertiary Institutions Union (SAPTU). The union accused the University of being on the verge of ensuring that vaccination for the staff and students is mandatory, but the matter had to be discussed in a meeting on Wednesday the 15th of September and the outcome of the meeting has not been disclosed yet. Using the consolidated directions on Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) and safety measures of May 28 the union charges are based on the policy which considers the rights of employees and their personal opinions. The union said it would offer its legal services to employees who feel pressured by their employers to take the jab.
Meanwhile, Galleria Mall in Amanzimtoti in the KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) province received negative feedback on social media accounts due to the notice that restricts unvaccinated visitors from entering the management offices in the mall and visitors would be expected to produce proof of being vaccinated to gain entry, but the Mall’s spokesperson Anusha Timul emphasized that all individuals entering the mall whether they are vaccinated or not they will be permitted to enter the mall.
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