Sho Madjozi creatively turns the lockdown rules into a new song

Sho Madjozi creatively turns the lockdown rules into a new song

- Sho Madjozi is taking the current national lockdown seriously but gave it a lighter mood

- The singer also showed off her creativity by making a song about the rules

- Fans loved it and think it would be a hit if she made it official

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Sho Madjozi is taking South Africa's three-week lockdown seriously but that doesn't mean she won't make some lighthearted joke about it.

She used her creativity to make a short song about the rules about the lockdown and her fans loved it.

In the song, the Tsonga singer highlighted the importance for peeps to stay at home, wash their hands, and limit hugs and touching.

READ ALSO: Minnie Dlamini Jones would rather be on lockdown alone: Poor hubby

Lockdown Rules has left people not only admiring Sho for promoting awareness, but also her creativity.


"Sounds like a hit already."


"I'm widdit."


"Yaaaaaaas #sending love from ATLANTA GA USA."


"Oh yeah, stay healthy baby gal." reported earlier that many rules and curfews have been announced - travel during this period will be limited to 50% of a vehicle's allowed passenger capacity.

In addition to these measures, all borders will be closed for human beings for the duration of the lockdown. All international and domestic flights have been cancelled.

The authorities will be conducting roadblocks and searches and citizens will have to produce proof that they have been declared essential workers. All restaurants, alcohol vendors, recreation centres, churches, flea markets hotels and sports facilities will be closed.

Commenting on the regulations, Minister Bheki Cele noted that inebriation was a factor causing overcrowding at hospitals and that the ban of alcohols sales will aid in this effect:

“Restaurants shall not operate. There shall be no food at restaurants. You buy food from these outlets and go and cook [at] home."

Cigarettes will also not be available during this period with all retailers implementing a ban on the sale of nicotine products.

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