Celebs call for total shutdown of Mzansi as coronavirus numbers grow

Celebs call for total shutdown of Mzansi as coronavirus numbers grow

- Mzansi celebs, like other citizens, are beginning to really panic over the rise of coronavirus cases in the country

- President Cyril Ramaphosa's failure to address the country yesterday hasn't helped matters

- Various celebs, such as singer and actress Khanyi Mbau, have called for the country to shut down completely

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Coronavirus case numbers are rapidly rising in Mzansi and it's causing panic all over.

Mzansi celebs are definitely feeling the heat as more and more people are diagnosed with the coronavirus every day.

President Cyril Ramaphosa's failure to verbally address the nation as planned yesterday caused emotions to boil over even more.

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Presenter Lalla Hirayama went from demanding a shutdown to being worried about what a shutdown would do to regular citizens.

She wrote, "What about shutdown????? #LockSouthAfricaDown."

She later asked, "If we go into lockdown, what happens in the townships? The areas with no proper sanitation?"

Ayanda Thabethe believes the president could be getting ready to tell us something really serious.

She wrote, "Serious things must be happening for this speech to be postponed. Honestly hope it's not doomsday when we hear what the present has to say."

Khanyi Mbau had one simple message - and that was to shut down South Africa.

Thandiswa Mazwai would like government to assist citizens with basic needs and to ensure our hospitals are in tip-top shape.

The president did eventually put out a statement urging South Africans to remain strong.

The total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in South Africa has climbed to 402.

This comes with a steep 128 spike from the results released on Sunday.

Minister Zweli Mkhize confirmed that the government would update the nation on further developments later this evening.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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