Nomsa Buthelezi hopes many relationships will be mended during lockdown

Nomsa Buthelezi hopes many relationships will be mended during lockdown

- Nomsa Buthelezi is finding the positives in this dark time

- She feels that this time is going to allow for many family issues to be rectified and for stronger bonds to be formed

- Understanding that many are suffering, Nomsa expressed that she is praying for everyone and urging everyone to find the silver lining

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Nomsa Buthelezi is confident that during this time that broken homes and relationships stand a good chance of been mended.

To keep ourselves sane through this 21-day lockdown is probably to be positive. That is exactly what most people are doing.

Briefly.co.za learnt that when Nomsa spoke to TshisaLIVE, she said that she was praying for those that find themselves in a difficult situation since the start of the lockdown.

Those who are depressed have to stay with people that do not make their situation better are in her prayers. Her prayers are for families to unite while staying together as this will bring love, unity and peace.

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Nomsa is trusting that this time will allow those relationships with unresolved issues will take this time to restore their love. Nomsa said it is the perfect opportunity for couples to take this time and to look into each other’s eyes and iron out any problems.

She went on to say that working parents will have bonding time with their children and broken family relationships can be mended.

Nomsa is going to make the best of the situation by spending the lockdown time with family. She is grateful that they all have quality time together. Nomsa’s normal schedule is hectic and sees her away from home often, so she will make the best of the 21 days with her children.

In other news, Mzansi musician Nomfusi feels that what Mzansi needs right now is unconditional love and support.

Nomfusi has joined the thousands of artists all over the world who are doing their bit to keep peoples spirits up.

Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Nomfusi explained how her song Ngenene is so relevant in our current circumstances as it speaks about living through pain, suffering and hardship.

Nomfusi emphasised the importance of valuing the untenable and understanding that happiness, health and love do not come from the material things.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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