- Lady Zamar can't believe people are still spreading fake news
- In Mzansi, spreading fake news is a criminal offence and needs to be taken extra seriously
- She took to social media to stress the matter but it seems no one really took it seriously
Lady Zamar has had it with people spreading fake news! There is enough hysteria taking place, we really don’t need anymore.
The coronavirus has left a lot of people feeling uncertain and fearful, and fake news is only making this worse.
Briefly.co.za knows how much fake news has been spread and the destruction that it is causing.
In Mzansi, spreading fake news is a criminal offence and needs to be taken extra seriously. This virus is no joke.
Lady Zamar took to social media to remind everyone that fake news is a major offence that caused a lot of emotional turmoil that could potentially deeply harm others.
In her post, Lady Zamar told peeps to fact check everything and take a minute to think before sharing news, especially about the coronavirus.
By the looks of the comments, people are not taking it seriously and found Lady Zamar’s post rather boring.
In other news, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced a national 21-day shutdown on March 26 and peeps are shook.
Multiple Mzansi celebs have taken to social media to share their views. The lockdown is necessary to control the spread of Covid-19, but it has definitely heightened a whole other level of panic.
Social media flooded with comments after the announcement was made, with a lot coming from our celebs. One of the first to have their say was Cassper Nyovest.
He is all for the lockdown and urges the people of Mzansi to take it seriously.
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