- Rami Chuene has warned actors who are planning on returning to work that they need to look carefully at their indemnity forms
- The actress said it would be advisable for artists to thoroughly read through any indemnity forms they are asked to sign
- Rami, who's been acting for over 20 years, said she'd hate to see fellow artists getting hurt
Rami Chuene recently hopped on the internet to educate fellow actors on the risk they take if they choose to go back to work during this time of coronavirus.
As someone who's been in the entertainment industry for over two decades, Rami knows what she's talking about.
Rami did not mince her words as she dished out advice and outlined some of the clauses in artists' indemnity forms.
She wrote, "Dear Artist. Before you sign that 'indemnity form', please seek legal advice or o tlo kaka (you will s***). Hyere are some of the clauses in the form you're agreeing to..."
...that I understand and appreciate fully the risks, hazards and dangers involved with being present in the workplace during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Rami continued, "That I am working voluntarily and have not been forced or coerced into working. I am fully aware that my employment is not at risk should I choose not to work during Covid-19."
The actress cautioned artists that they are not obligated to work during this pandemic - and that their employers have no right to fire them should they choose not to go back to work.
Earlier this year, Briefly.co.za reported that Rami was unceremoniously dropped from The Queen after backing Vatiswa Ndara's online rant against the Fergusons.
Vatiswa had accused Ferguson Films of exploiting its workers.
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