Landlocked Botswana’s Truck Drivers Face COVID-19 Dilemma

July 30, 2020 11:39 AM
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Botswana’s truck drivers, who deliver the majority of the landlocked country's goods from COVID-hit South Africa, are also responsible for 80 percent of the country's reported COVID-19 cases. Health authorities started testing all truckers for the virus in May, delaying them at the border for days at a time. Mqondisi Dube reports on their plight from Gaborone.

Camera: Reference Sibanda      Produced by:  Jason Godman