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Bonang Matheba: Not all superheroes wear capes, some wear crowns

South Africans are increasingly playing their part in the battle to curb the coronavirus spread.

President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Thursday evening a 14-day extended lockdown that will see people staying home until the end of April. The President and his cabinet announced they will be taking one-third of their salaries to he fight this global pandemic.

Mzansi’s Award-winning TV personality and businesswoman Bonang Matheba also pledged to donate grocery vouchers to disadvantaged families amid the lockdown to curb the spread of Covid-19.

Yesterday morning @The_BForce confirmed that they received thousands of messages since Bonang asked them to find families to help and have unfortunately had to close the DMs due to the overwhelming numbers.

While the move has been commended to curb the COVID-19 virus, unfortunately, it brings with it complications for struggling families.

Bonang fans

Thank you to all of our nurses, doctors and all the medical personnel that are risking their lives to help curb this coronavirus. Thank you for your bravery, for answering the call, being there for us and keeping us safe.

In Other News – Somizi speaks out after criminal charges opened on lockdown extension comments

Somizi Mhlongo has vowed to accept the legal implications of what he called a “very bad joke”, of the lockdown extension comments.

On Thursday night, just before President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the national lockdown would be extended by two weeks, Somizi revealed that very same piece of information.


The comment came on Metro FM co-host Dineo Ranaka’s Instagram Live video saying that “Fikile” told him, in reference to transport minister Fikile Mbalula. The video was filmed while their show was on the air. continue reading

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