Yanga Sobetwa educates Mzansi’s little people on proper hygiene

Yanga Sobetwa educates Mzansi’s little people on proper hygiene

- Yanga Sobetwa took it upon herself to reach out to the little people during this crisis

- Using her track Little Girl, Yanga educated children on proper hygiene and made it fun

- She shared a clip of how to wash your hands properly and make it fun too

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Yanga Sobetwa has decided to focus on the little people during this crisis. She’s reached out to the tiny ones to spread coronavirus awareness.

This pandemic has affected the entire globe and many children all over the world's lives have been turned upside down.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Yanga saw a need to connect with the little people of Mzansi and the world – they are our future.

Good hygiene practice is the key to beating this virus and Yanga took it upon herself to connect with children on this.

Taking to social media, Yanga shared a sweet clip that she recorded to help educate children on proper hygiene and its importance, especially during this pandemic.

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Yanga goes through the basics of washing hands and encourages her tiny people to sing her song Little Girl whilst doing it – this will keep track of time and make it a little more fun.

"Hey guyyys. Let’s stop the spread of #Covid19 and spread awareness on how to keep yourself and the next person protected. Please take a video of your little girl or boy including yourself washing your hands, singing or playing the song Little Girl by Yanga."

In other news, 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.

Nomsa 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 who 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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Source: Briefly.co.za

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