President Cyril Ramaphosa urged South Africans to stay strong and disciplined during the national lockdown, which is aimed to curb the spread of COVID-19, as the country enters its first full week under the new regulations.
The Lockdown did not change for some of these mzansi ladies as they were hosting a lingerie party. This video has been making rounds on social media with people wondering if these ladies stay in the same house.
President Ramaphosa, in his customary Monday letter to the nation, noted that while the country was experiencing severe challenges — in both fighting COVID-19 and attempting to alleviate the fierce financial pressure on citizens — a united South Africa would overcome this difficult period.
Anything can be done while we are in these difficult times, staying at home was done to avoid the continuous spread of the coronavirus which has affected over 1000+ victims with at least 2 deaths recorded.
These mzansi ladies were just having a lingerie party, watch this video and see how others are doing in their 21 days Lockdown.
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