In the wake of South African President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement that the country is to move back to an adjusted level 3 lockdown the Congress of South African Trade Unions has bemoaned the lack of Covid-19 rule enforcement. The Citizen reports that in a statement, Cosatu’s national spokesperson, Sizwe Pamla, said that the Federation understands and empathises with government but insisted that government has not done enough to ensure a harder lockdown level is avoided. “If we are to make a dent in the rate of infections, enforcement of regulations is necessary because extreme lockdowns are not sustainable. These measures will only bear fruit if the government at all levels enforce the various health and safety measures with the seriousness they require,” Pamla said, calling for those who put the lives of others at risk to be arrested and put in jail.