Nomsa Buthelezi feels for those unable to buy food during lockdown

Nomsa Buthelezi feels for those unable to buy food during lockdown

- Nomsawas utterly shocked by the mass buying that was taking place just before lockdown

- Understanding that there are some people who can't even afford to eat during normal times, Nomsa's heart is broken

- Thinking about how many are going hungry during this time is truly soul-destroying

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The time South Africa is going through right now brings sadness for people that do not have money to buy food. OPW and Lockdown actress Nomsa Buthelezi-Shezi expressed their sympathy for these poor people.

Sis took the time to share with TshiaLIVE the experience she had when shopping at Makro. She decided to do a shop a week before the 21-day lockdown.

Briefly.co.za learnt that she was absolutely stunned by the length of the queues which literally snaking around. Nomsa said if she did not know better she would have thought it was a queue at a voting station.

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When the manager noticed that the van they were travelling in displayed a disability sign, he did not hesitate to ask where the owner of the car was. Nomsa’s mom lost her leg and that is the reason for the disability sticker. Nomsa says that Makro priorities in assisting disabled and the elderly.

Nomsa’s mom means the world to her and she made sure her mom would not be without during the lockdown. She bought all the essentials and included immune boosters. She stocked up with enough to last her mom throughout the 21-days.

Sharing a little more, Nomsa told how her mother was the one that gave her money for her very first audition. She expressed that her mom is now old and reply’s on her. Nomsa stated that she would never shy away from her parents.

In other news, just before lockdown, some South Africans opted to take to the streets of Mzansi to stock up amid fears over the coronavirus pandemic.

Clips and images of the situation have surfaced on social media, revealing how citizens headed in hordes to retailers.

One of the most popular retailers seems to be Makro where shoppers can be seen with trolleys packed with bulk items.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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