A concert by Zimdancehall duo, Killer T and Freeman, came to a premature end in South Africa on Good Friday when the South African Police Service (SAPS) intervened and dispersed both artists and revellers.
The concert by the Zimbabwean chanters is among events impacted by a crackdown by authorities against revellers that flouted coronavirus (COVID- 19) regulations in neighbouring South Africa.
The show at the jam-packed Baseline, Newtown in Johannesburg was held amid inadequate sanitising, masks and social distancing.
The South African government heightened the crackdown against partying this past weekend to prevent a third wave of the COVID-19 in the country.
South Africa is the worst affected country by COVID-19 on the African continent and Gauteng, where Johannesburg is located, is the epicentre of the pandemic.
Meanwhile, Killer T and Freeman rounded up their musical tour of South Africa with a performance on Saturday night in Kempton Park, east of Johannesburg.
Killer T performed from 8 PM to 10 PM while Freeman took over the stage until midnight.