Cubana in Green Point has been issued a notice of non-compliance with COVID-19 regulations.
The Western Cape’s Disaster Management Centre deployed law enforcement officers to keep the city’s nightlife spots in check, as COVID-19 cases are rapidly rising in the metro.
“We have committed to the province that we will be providing additional resources. We will be targeting entertainment venues and entertainment and we will be enforcing our regulations more aggressively. They are not popular but we have to do everything we can to prevent us from going to level 3.” said Mayco member for Safety and Security, JP Smith.
Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize, Western Cape Health MEC Nomafrench Mbombo and a team of officers visited a number of places including Rands in Khayelitsha and Cubana in Green Point on Friday night [December 4].
— Dr Zweli Mkhize (@DrZweliMkhize) December 4, 2020
Both Cubana and Rands have been issued with a notice of non-compliance. They have been warned to follow regulations or face closure.
One of the popular night clubs in Cape Town Cubana has been issued with a notice of non-compliance with Covid 19…
[LISTEN] Cubana in Green Point has been handed over a notice of non-compliance to COVID-19 environmental health protocols.
One of the issues here has been no social distancing and no wearing of face masks.
— Athi Mtongana (@Artii_M) December 4, 2020
Picture: Twitter / Zweli Mkhize