Heroic madala is enforcing lockdown rules - Mzansi approves his method

Heroic madala is enforcing lockdown rules - Mzansi approves his method

- A man has taken to enforcing the lockdown rules using a slingshot

- A social media user has posted a story about the man online, calling him a hero

- A lot of people agree with him

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An old man has taken drastic measures to protect himself and others from the spread of Covid-19. He is helping to enforce the lockdown rules with a slingshot, more commonly known in South Africa as a ketty. He is none other than former Orlando Pirates goalkeeper, Innocent Mayoyo

A social media user uploaded some pictures of what people are referring to as a "national hero". He captions the post with this message:

This is our national HERO .
His making sure that people remain inside their houses.

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Many South Africans agree with Jan Van Potgieter and have commented on the post:

@MosesNkomo17: hero straight
@Barbaman3: Legend
@SoniqueML: King David, the hero
@BrinkSonja: It’s as if he was waiting for a moment like this all his life. Sho! That will hurt sooo bad.
@Mama_Bridgie: This is the funniest yet most beautiful short story on the internet right now
@tsheko2020: Leadership

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported on another hero, a proud husband took to social media to heap praise of his dedicated wife, Janeldi Botha, who puts others ahead of herself, demonstrating true Ubuntu.

He captioned the post with this message posted on the #ImStaying Facebook page:

"This is my wife. A fearless full-hearted woman who always puts other people before herself. I just want to dedicate a post towards her and tell her that I am so proud of her. Please keep her and all other paramedic and other emergency personnel in your prayers because they would risk it all for our people of Mzanzi!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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