Tobeka Madiba-Zuma is keeping fit to help fight the coronavirus

Tobeka Madiba-Zuma is keeping fit to help fight the coronavirus

- Tobeka Madiba-Zuma has decided to stay healthy and fit in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak in the country

- She posted a picture of herself exercising near a swimming pool at her home

- The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the country has increased to 1 353

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Former first lady Tobeka Madiba-Zuma is playing her part in the fight against the coronavirus by keeping herself fit.

The former South African president Jacob Zuma's wife, took to social media recently and posted a picture of herself while exercising.

She asked whether South Africans were playing their part to in order to curb the spread of the virus.

"I will play my part, beside respecting all the national lockdown rules imposed in order to combat the spread of the corona virus. Are you playing your part? While thinking about our troops, police, nurses, Drs and who are keeping the country afloat, surviving, moving and clean."

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She then went on to praise the essential service providers and sent her condolences to those who have succumbed to the disease.

"They are all in the frontline if not the firing line of the invisible enemy glaring at them. May the souls of the two ladies who have succumbed to the disease rest in eternal peace."

Her fans reacted positively to the post.

jacintangobese commented:

"I wish I was there. I miss your healthy food."

seipati_missgates_masango said:

"You go mommy."

soaringconcepts1 said:

"Yes mama we shall truly overcome in Jesus name."

thegracefullifeofgrace added:

"We shall observe the order." has reported that Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize provided some insight into the current situation concerning the Covid-19 on Tuesday afternoon.

Mkhize revealed that the number of new cases has risen to 1 353 infections. The number of fatalities has increased to five with the death of a 79-year-old Gauteng man and a 46-year-old woman announced.

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