- Actress Makgotso M is so baffled so why there is even be a debate on the human lives vs profit
- While so many are worried that not only the country but the world will sink deep into poverty, Makgotso feels there is no price on a human life
- People are of the belief that poverty will take more lives than Covid-19
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Actress Makgotso M is so baffled so why there is even be a debate. Taking to Twitter, the actress expressed her feelings and disappointment in the fact that human life is been weighed up against the struggling economy.
With so much uncertainty all around, the people of Mzansi have been in and seen, many different topics that have been up for debate. We are almost at the 50-day mark of the national lockdown and it seems that the top topic of the day is, saving human lives vs saving our dying economy.
Briefly.co.za learnt that her view is that the question is, what is more important, human lives or profit? To think there are people out there that are actually debating this blows the actress’s mind.
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The people of South Africa are of different opinions with regards to this. Some favour Makgotso’s viewpoint but many say that if this is not up for discussion, it could result in poverty in SA, which would see more lives lost to starvation than that of Covid-19.
Makgotso shared that her mom is a health worker in the UK. She said her mom is working extremely hard during these difficult times, saving every life that can be saved. She proudly posted a group pic with her mom in it. Makgotso stated that she is so proud of her superhero mom, who still smiles and looks so happy with all that is going on around her.
The 28-year-old went on to say that the times we are living in right now are scary. She conveyed that her prayers are with all those fighting the virus head-on. She asked that the Lord will protect and guide all the doctors, nurses and all staff in hospitals. She ended off by saying, we pray for a cure, and a solution.
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