He said the nation’s thoughts should be on those in hospitals, quarantine or self-isolation. In observing this #NationalDayofPrayer we also want to send a message of hope to our brave and patriotic health-care workers who are on the front line and helping to save lives with our emergency personnel, police, traffic officers and military, and with all those who are working tirelessly to keep us safe, healthy and alive,” said the president.
He commended the media for being “exemplary” in keeping the public informed about the work the government is doing to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Ramaphosa also urged South Africans to display the country’s flag outside their homes and other prominent places as an act of compassion and unity during the lockdown.
He said this is the moment when South Africans need to act together as one patriotic nation in solidarity with all those affected by Covid-19, not just in this country, but around the world. SA will be in lockdown until April 16.
In other news – Lady Zamar plans to go makeup-free for the duration of the national lockdown
Singer, Lady Zamar, recently posted a makeup-free image of herself on Twitter, celebrating her clearing skin; she revealed that she plans to go makeup-free during the national lockdown period.
On Wednesday, 25 March 2020, Lady Zamar interacted with her Twitter fans after posting an image of herself, showcasing the current state of her skin. Many of the comments that the More And More singer engaged with were complimentary comments on her clearing skin. Lady Zamar revealed that she plans to go makeup-free for the duration of the national lockdown, unless she is showcasing some of her self-created makeup looks. Read more