Babalwa Mneno said that those who want to stay on level 4 of the lockdown restrictions should do so!oicing out her frustrations, actress
“I’m sorry. I’m ready to move to level 2 even! Those people don’t care about our survival and how we feed ourselves and families,” wrote Babalwa Mneno.
Babalwa Mneno said that: “If you wanna keep us on 4/5 speak to our landlords, school fees, car bonds, monthly grocery and we good.”
This week Gauteng Premier David Makhura announced that the entire Gauteng province will move to level 3 of the lockdown in June.
David Makhura was answering questions during a virtual session of the GP provincial legislature, saying that province and its districts were highly integrated to move certain parts without moving the others.
Early April, Babalwa Mneno canceled her event Barbiliscious as a precautionary measure to stay safe from the coronavirus epidemic.
“Leadership in nightlife. Sorry guys there will be no Barbiliscious on Wednesday this week! Thank you BOA for takin’ such imperative measures in makin’ sure we all stay safe from the virus. Until further notice,” wrote Babalwa Mneno.
Babalwa Mneno’s announcement was followed by a statement issued by BOA Night Club in Sandton alerting its clients that it will close all its venues until further notice.
“Attention all clients, followers, and supporters of BOA. As a precautionary measure and in line with recommendations set forth by the department of health, we have taken the decision to close all of our venues until further notice,” reads the statement shared by Babalwa Mneno.
“Your health and safety, as well as the wellbeing of our staff, is of paramount importance to us. Stay safe and we look forward to opening our doors to you in the near future,” reads the statement issued by BOA night club.