Sindi Dlathu praises peeps at the frontline of Covid-19 fight

Sindi Dlathu praises peeps at the frontline of Covid-19 fight

- Sindi Dlathu has praised essential services workers for their good job that they are doing in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic

- The actress described those workers as Mzansi's "champions"

- Sindi also warned her followers about a fake Twitter account that has been misleading peeps into believing that they were talking to her

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Actress Sindi Dlathu has taken to social media to praise Mzansi's essential services workers that are at the frontline of the Covid-19 fight.

The River actress has expressed her gratitude to the country's nurses, doctors and police officers, among others, for their effort in the fight against the coronavirus outbreak in the country.

She described them as "our champions" and also encouraged them to take care of themselves while serving the country.

In the video, Dlathu says:

"I just want to give a big, big shout out to our frontliners, I hope you guys are keeping well. Thank you so much to our nurses, our doctors, our police officers, our essential workers and those who are running soup kitchens. We just want to say a big thank you for the work that you're doing. You guys are our champions. You are SA's champions. And please guys, let's stay at home and be safe."

She captioned her Instagram post:

"I’m thankful for the opportunity to participate in the #ThankYou challenge. I myself am always trying to go out of my way to find something to be thankful for, count my blessings. What are you thankful for?"

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Sindi has also warned her fans about a fake Twitter account that is misleading people into believing that they are communicating with her.

She tweeted that she was unaware of the account and asked her fans to not associate the account with her.

"Hi everyone. I've been informed of a fake Twitter account misleading people into believing they are communicating with me. Please note that I only have one Twitter account and @s__dlathu (note the double underscore) is an imposter."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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