Media personality, Nandi Madida is one of many people who have spoken out and given advice on how to keep kids safe, following a creche video that went viral on social media recently.
The viral video is of a teacher slapping a child in creche for vomiting. This has infuriated many parents, as children who go to creche, are too small to say what's wrong or stand up for themselves.
Nandi obviously concerned for other children, took to Twitter yesterday to share the safety measures she takes to protect her two-year-old son, Shaka.
In her first post, Nandi expressed how she struggles to trust anyone with her kids because of these heart-breaking videos. Check out her post below:
Most parents prefer their kids to stay at home then at a creche. However, even though Nandi has a nanny at home looking after her son, she has pulled out all the stops to ensure her son is safe at all times.
Nandi has taken extra precautionary measures to install cameras in her home to monitor what's going on at home and also has flexible working hours where she can pop by whenever she wants.
She wrote: "I have cameras in my home and fortunately I have a very flexible schedule work wise, but I trust nothing and no one. Our children are not safe and we have to be vigilant."
A month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that TV presenter Nandi Madida found herself on the receiving end of social media disapproval after her tribute to the late fashion boss Karl Lagerfeld. Tweeps thought Nandi was making it all about herself.
Thousands of fashion fans took to social media. Celeb Nandi Madida joined in on paying tribute to the fallen fashion designer, Karl Lagerfeld.Karl passed away in Paris, France on the 19th of February at the old age of 85.
Nandi took to Instagram and Twitter to talk about her experience with his work while she was in Paris, as reported by TimesLIVE. However, social media users weren't as impressed with her posts. In fact, they saw Nandi's tribute as self-centred.
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