- Lockdown has everyone on edge and moms Khanyi Mbau and Uyanda Mbuli are no exception
- The two ladies are adamant that their children shouldn't return to school until the threat of Covid-19 is over
- Khanyi Mbau posted a petition about it on her Twitter and Uyanda backed her up
Khanyi Mbau is one who will not be sending her child back to school on 1 June.
The star recently took to social media to urge her fans to sign a petition calling for schools to not re-open.
She wrote, "The curve has not flattened. We are still fighting the invisible enemy. If churches are still a no go for adults, why should children go outside and fight this virus. Please help us keep them safe by clicking and signing in support."
Entrepreneur Uyanda Mbuli agreed.
She responded, "Amen. We must protect our children."
Other tweeps also stood behind Khanyi.
One said, "We are in full support," adding #Forthekids.
Mandla Silabela comments, "Words words, sister."
Last week, Briefly.co.za reported that South African schools will now reopen on 1 June for Grade 12 and 7 students.
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga highlighted that this was the proposed plan.
Motshekga also stressed that this plan was highly subject to change and pending approval.
Today, Briefly.co.za reported that actress Rami Chuene had warned actors returning back to work to be aware of their rights.
The star said artists should thoroughly understand all indemnity forms and realise it's within their rights to refuse to work until the crisis is fully under control.
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