Local celebrity and sports show HomeGround halted its production after President Cyril Ramaphosa declared a national state of disaster in Mzansi. Monday, March 16 was the last time viewers got to watch the lifestyle show hosted by Lungile Radu and Minnie Dlamini-Jones on their screens.
Minnie like most people is beginning to miss life before the coronavirus, such as being a presenter on live TV. The presenter took to Instagram, to share how she is missing entertaining Mzansi every week.
“I’ve had the honour and privilege of being a Presenter on live TV almost EVERY week for 10 years. To say I miss being screen and doing what I love would be an understatement,shared Minne with her followers. In the comments, her fans agreed that they missed seeing their diamond on their screens but safety comes first.
The star recently announced that her foundation, Jaguar and Land Rover SA have joined forces to help feed those in need around the country and may not have access to regular meals during the COVID-19 lockdown and beyond.
In other news – Here is the real reason why President Ramaphosa extended the lockdown
The lack of compliance with COVID-19 lockdown measures in the country’s townships and informal settlements has reportedly been cited as one of the reasons President Cyril Ramaphosa decided to extend the lockdown.
The continued lack of compliance with regulations in the country’s townships and informal settlements is one of the major contributing factors that led to President Cyril Ramaphosa extending the lockdown until the end of this month. Read more