- The news of a lockdown extension has had mixed reactions from the public
- A reaction that has been consistent is the appreciation for the tough choices President Cyril Ramaphosa has had to make
- Twitter is all abuzz with reactions to the extra two weeks' lockdown
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There were tears, gnashing of teeth and probably more than a few choice words uttered when President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered some shocking news to South Africa.
As with everything, South Africans react to good and bad news with a lot of laughter, sometimes tears.
As difficult the lockdown is, many South Africans appreciate what a difficult decision it was for Ramaphosa to make, weighing the health of the people against the health of the economy.
Last night, he delivered the bad news and Mzansi has had enough time to process and react to the news.
Here is what South Africa thought about Ramaphosa's message last night.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za, reported that South African celebrities are showing Mzansi a different side, one without make-up.
Mzansi is known for its beautiful women and our celebs are constantly doing us proud in that department, with or without a face beat.
A few of our favourite stars showed off their make-up free beauty for a selfie challenge that recently swept across Twitter.
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