Sizwe Dhlomo said that sad thing about coronavirus (COVID-19) in South Africa, it was the rich people who brought it!adio, television presenter and businessman
Sizwe Dhlomo was hailed by many on social media as a vocal individual who spoke the truth that many have been wishing to shout out so loud.
“The sad thing about it is in SA, it was the rich people who brought this virus to those who are now going to suffer the ramifications the most,” wrote Sizwe Dhlomo.
Additionally to what Sizwe Dhlomo has said, Phumzile Mashinini said that the very same people who are stacking up groceries.
“Very same people who don’t use public transport…. Very same people who don’t live in the townships with a family of 7 sharing a 2 room shack,” wrote Phumzile Mashinini.
In replying to Sizwe Dhlomo, Dumisani Ndala said that he’s 100% sure that if this virus was they would have been isolated long ago.
“I am 100% sure that if this virus was brought by blacks we would have been isolated long ago all of us positive or negative one side, and it would have been broadcast on all tv channels that who are these blacks who brought this virus to the country!” wrote Dumisani Ndala.
On Sunday Idols SA judge Somizi Mhlongo also said that he was scared and terrified when it comes to the spread of the COVID-19.
“I don’t know if I’m the only one… I’m really scared, I’m terrified, I’m sad. It’s real, I can feel it in the air…I just want to urge again guys, the joke is over. Let us do whatever we can to help combat or conqueror win this war. Coronavirus is real. If you have no reason or whatsoever to leave home, please don’t.
“If there’s a gathering that you need to go to and you have to go to please don’t be afraid or embarrassed to really be strict on how you take care of yourself and others… this thing is real,” expressed Somizi Mhlongo.
Somizi said that he would love to be outdoors but nothing compels him to go outside unless it’s important things like buying groceries.
There’s also a voice note that has been circulating on WhatsApp about an alleged meeting that Growth Point had with other property owners alleging the shutdown of shopping malls around the country.