- Nomzamo Mbatha has come out with words of encouragement and advice aimed directly at dealing with coronavirus
- The beauty encouraged us all to practise ubuntu and think of our fellow man
- She said it's important to be socially responsible in order to curb the spread of the virus
Actress Nomzamo Mbatha has joined Babalwa Mneno in urging South Africans to consider the less fortunate during this hectic coronavirus outbreak.
Nomzamo posted an inspirational video on IGTV encouraging ubuntu in all that we do.
In the video caption, Nomzamo wrote, "So many marginalized communities will be sorely affected. Children who depended on the feeding scheme lunches at school during the day, now having to be home alone with parents still having to go to work. Freelance and contract workers. Waiters and waitresses. Public commuters as well as societies most vulnerable and disenfranchised."
"With everyone “panic buying” and wiping out the shelves, let’s remember other people who may also need food and supplies too. Buy what you need and spare a thought for the less fortunate and most vulnerable. We are all equally uncertain about just how deeper the gravity of the situation will get so let’s remember UBUNTU in it all. Educating each other and spending this time to be there for one another and be socially responsible in curbing the spread of the virus. Sending LOVE."
Nomzamo is certainly thinking about her own loved ones during this trying time.
She also posted a throwback of herself and her mom visiting Instanbul in Turkey a few weeks ago.
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