- Nandi Madida’s sister is one of the doctors helping fight the coronavirus
- Many medical personal all over the world are sacrificing their safety to help others, and it is truly inspiring
- Fans shared their stories and took the opportunity to thank everyone who is being selfless in this time of need
Nandi Madida feels a great sense of pride during this time of panic as her sister, Dr Langa Mngoma, is one of the soldiers who are helping in the fight against this dreadful virus.
The coronavirus may have sent the globe into a panic but it has also reminded us all of the true meaning of humanity.
Briefly.co.za saw how proud Nandia is of her sister and all the other medical staff that is out there doing their bit to save the human race from the coronavirus.
While Nandia is so proud of her sister, she is also scared. Having your loved ones exposed during this pandemic is a huge concern.
Taking to social media, Nandia shared a picture of her beautiful sister and let the world know just how proud and grateful she is of her and every other medical practitioner.
"Thinking about my sister @langamngoma who is a medical doctor and everyone working in the hospitals during this testing time. Our country is already understaffed and over worked. I pray that they all receive Gods energy and may they be protected from the virus themselves and stay positive during this pandemic. We salute and thank you all! "
Nandia’s followers took to the comment section to share their stories and thanks. There are so many selfless men and women who are giving of themselves during this time and it is truly inspiring.
We thank each and every one of you!
@ashleybasson43: "Our thoughts and prayers are with all our essential staff needed to work during this time, especially those in the medical field."
@msizienkuna: "WE HIGHLY APPRECIATE QUEEN❤️"
@tshepi_wa_cherry: "My mom’s going back in as extra help, as one of the recalled retired nurses. it’s really testing times but I trust God will protect them all. ❤"
@xolilatha: "I am a TRAUMA NURSE we'll on the frontline of this pandemic I AM SCARED kodwa uNkulunkulu owaziyo ngathi"
@shila.gee: "I'm a health worker...in this trial times,and lot of confusion from our nation,we took a pledge to look after those who needs us,help without considering ourself first,this is wen faith n hope is put into test ,my prayer is that my family is safe as I won't be able to see them soon..."
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