WATCH | M1 Grayston Drive off-ramp ghostly quiet as military-patrolled lockdown gets underway

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Published on 27 Mar 2020, 12:13
On a normal day the M1 De Villiers Graaff motorway, one of Johannesburg's major freeways, carries anything between 90 000 and 140 000 cars per day. But 27 March, was no ordinary day. It marked the first day of SA's nationwide military-patrolled lockdown. President Cyril Ramaphosa asked the country's some 57 million citizens to please stay home.

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