South African Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has issued a stern warning to banks, telling them to provide sanitisers at their ATMs or face the might of the law, saying that should a bank fail to follow the new regulations, it would be liable to a fine and its bosses may be sentenced to six months in prison, or both, in line with the lockdown regulations. Times Live quotes Dlamini-Zuma as saying that it came to their attention, especially during the festive season, that there is no sanitisation there. “The regulation now is that every bank or financial institution that has an ATM must ensure there are sanitisers at the ATM. That is very important because, if not, the ATMs can become superspreaders”.