This week was an especially tough one for Mzansi with peeps trying to get used to the lockdown which is already three days in. Some celebs even seem to be struggling to adjust during this difficult time.
Lerato Kganyago has finally found her happily ever after and we couldn't be happier for her.
The stunning beauty has been through her fair share of heartbreaks and finally found her Prince Charming in the form of a businessman, Thami Ndlala. The pair completed proceedings for their traditional wedding this past weekend.
The coronavirus has sparked many emotions such as fear, panic and anxiety. However, one spin-off of the crisis is that it's forced citizens to connect with their families.
In light of this, a couple decided to share a video showcasing their new routine while living under quarantine. The heartwarming video showed the pair pulling off some slick dance moves to the Mzansi hit song 'Jerusalema' by Master KG.
EFF leader Julius Malema was not impressed with Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize saying that people were allowed to walk dogs during the lockdown period.
Malema slammed the notion as 'rubbish', urging people not to try their luck. Mkhize's comment was since made null and void by Police Minister Bheki Cele, who warned against leaving the home for unnecessary trips.
Minnie Dlamini Jones may love her Mr Jones dearly, but that doesn’t mean being locked up with him for 21 days is her vibe.
Many couples, families and friends will learn things about one another during this lockdown – some they may not have ever wanted to.
Briefly.co.za came across a post of Minnie’s that made the people think her and Mr Jones are not as rainbows and butterflies as they have been made out to be.
With the lockdown in South Africa showing citizens that the coronavirus is not a joke, many people are fearing for those who need to be outside.
However, when it comes to people who ought to be inside their homes, it seems there isn't a lot of tolerance to be found for rulebreakers. Boity Thulo headed to her local shops to buy some food and shared the experience with her fans.
In tweets, Minnie tried to show people that their panic buying was a waste of time - the shops still have stock.
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