30.3.2020 01:45 pm
Drake posted pictures of Adonis’ face for the first time since he was born in 2017.
As the amount of time people spend at home due to social distancing, lockdowns and self-isolation increases, more and more people have taken to social media to reflect on relationships and their importance.
A woman named ‘Shelly’ has found herself on the trends list after her ‘fun’ hand-washing demonstration to teach her building’s staff how to beat Covid-19.
The EFF leader has also called the report of an SAB worker telling him he will have to work through the lockdown ‘greedy rubbish’.
The song, which was announced along with a video advising the public on how to deal with the coronavirus epidemic, is called ‘Ke moSione 9-9’.
Ndlovu made the mistake while live-tweeting through a radio interview the minister had to clarify how the gathering restrictions of 100 people per event will be enforced.
The station has been in hot water all morning for what many on social media deem ‘racially insensitive’ and ‘privileged’ reporting.
She has said her heart is broken because they are her family, ‘but if my employing them degrades them I am no good for them’.
The singer seems to agree with Health Minister Zweli Mkhize’s statement that who the virus affects has nothing to do with melanin.
The two have a long history together, and their paths appear destined to keep crossing, both in politics and personally.
Videos are springing up all over the internet depicting songs and dances inspired by the novel coronavirus.
Police have already started arriving at the venue that will house South Africans returning from China on Friday.
Sikonathi Mantshantsha said a court order was issued to recover the unpaid electricity debt owed to Eskom by the municipality.
‘Phindile’ has been trending on social media, with most hailing her efforts and calling for IT companies to give her a job.
Party leaders have been defending one of their own from questions they once fired at an opposition party member.