s South Africans are counting down for the Lockdown at 00:00 midnight on Thursday, rapper and Idols SA’s executive producer Proverb, real name Tebogo Thekisho said he was trying to stay calm, especially for his kids.
and we literally have 5 hours to go before the nationwide lockdown kicks in!
“Trying to stay calm, especially for the kids. In my household currently, my kids look to me to set the mood in the house. I try and keep them calm by exercising calm myself and reassuring them that if we all do as advised, we shall overcome,” wrote Proverb.
Proverb was not the only South African celebrity that seemed to be in a panic.
“My anxiety currently has anxieties about my level of anxiety,” said poet Lebo Mashile in relation to the national lockdown of 21 days.
“Dear Non-Essentials shops: Please close at 10 today! I need a gaming console and a skipping rope and and and…I only knock Of 7, and have been on daddy duty all morning! THANKS!” wrote DJ Fresh.
Shimza’s Lockdown House Party will be on air on Channel O at 6:00PM (CAT) on Friday.
“Amazing how God Always has his own plans. The executive producer of a TV show we own on Channel O TV going on air from tomorrow evening 6pm till 00:00. #LockdownHouseParty” wrote Shimza.
On Monday, the Republic’s President Cyril Ramaphosa took the unprecedented step in a democratic South Africa, when he announced a nationwide lockdown to contain the rife spread of the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19.
Locals have compared the lockdown to the apartheid era, for the first time in South Africa’s 25-years of democracy/freedom, Cyril Ramaphosa announced stringent restrictions which will be every South African’s responsibility to bare to “flatten the curve” of COVID-19 infections.