- A local man has hilariously captioned some images of a group of Archbishops getting vaccinated
- He's suggested Archbishop Desmond Tutu might have started a fashion line of his stylish purple robes
- Mzansi social media users took to the comments section to respond to the hilarious post
A local man has turned some heads on social media with his hilarious comments. He threw some serious shade at Archbishop Magkoba on vaccination day.
Taking to his Twitter account, @kay_mahapa posted some iconic pics of the Bishops looking ever so stylish in their purple robes. They were definitely dripping in some godly swagger while getting their vaccinations.
Mahapa definitely noticed and couldn't help adding his own hilarious comments, suggesting Archbishop Tutu might be selling the fashionable purple robes.
"Desmond Tutu selling merch now?" he captioned the silly little post.
Mzansi social media users were left rolling on the floor and took to the comments section to share their thoughts:
@thuto_xclsv hilariously wrote:
"Bare Tutu o pusha cargo!"
"Oh my gosh, I hate that I’m laughing"
"Eh monna "
"No you didn't"
"Man said ltstore dot com"
@bludbunz hilariously said:
"ah forget heaven mei boss"
"I'm screaming you"
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that Clicks and Dis-Chem are gearing up to offer Covid-19 vaccines through their retail outlets and announced the plans recently. The two largest Mzansi pharmaceutical groups reportedly said they have received approval from the country's Health Department.
Clicks said it has been approved to offer 47 vaccination sites across the country with a further 520 awaiting approval for registration, reports Business Tech. The publication reports that Clicks' chief commercial officer Rachel Wrigglesworth said the group will offer the vaccinations as per the Department of Health's supply, starting with the Pfizer vaccine.
The administrative cost of the vaccine at private providers such as Dis-Chem and Clicks is R70. Patients will reportedly be able to claim this money back either through their medical aid or through the government.
Dis-Chem said it would start to administer between 500 and 600 Pfizer Covid-19 vaccines per site at 11 mass vaccination sites in five provinces from Monday.
In an interview with eNCA, the group’s national head of clinics Lizette Kruger said that Dis-Chem plans to vaccinate around 6 000 people per day at the sites in Gauteng, Eastern Cape, Western Cape, KwaZulu-Natal and Free State.
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Source: Briefly News