Traditional leader uses free time to disinfect buses, keeping SA safe

Traditional leader uses free time to disinfect buses, keeping SA safe

- A traditional leader is setting the perfect example during the lockdown

- He's been doing his bit to fight the coronavirus by disinfecting buses and educating his community

- News of his deeds was shared via social media and South Africans praised him for the hard work

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Ndabezitha Nsizwa Mahlangu is doing a great job as a traditional leader and going the extra mile during the nationwide lockdown.

Mahlangu is leading by example, as he disinfects buses on a daily basis. He is also educating others on the dangers of the coronavirus.

Mahlangu took to Facebook to give others a glimpse of what he does and shared some interesting photos and a video as well.

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Briefly.co.za gathered that South Africans were appreciative of his efforts, based on the positive reactions.

Julietta NoMawele McBudday said,

"Keep up the good work, it's appreciated by many."

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Nomshado Brenda Manenje responded,

"Keep up the good work bhuti."

Kagiso Theophilus Kwele joked,

"Fumigate us baba, we are your gems Am super proud."

Muthuphei Michael Sadiki added,

"We feel safe."

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The medical version of Bonnie and Clyde captured hearts when they were pictured holding each other in an embrace.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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