Mbalula tells Letoya Makhene and bae to practice social distancing

Mbalula tells Letoya Makhene and bae to practice social distancing

- Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has taken to social media to urge actress Letoya Makhene and her bae, Lebo Keswa, to practice social distancing

- The Generations: The Legacy actress posted a pic of her and Lebo kissing in their home

- Letoya and Lebo have been loved-up snaps on their social media accounts ever since they fell in love a few months ago

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Latoya Makhene and her bae Lebo Keswa have been sharing loved-up snaps on their social media accounts since they fell in love a few months ago.

The Generations: The Legacy actress and the Johannesburg businesswoman have even moved in together amid the Covid-19 lockdown.

Letoya, who plays the character of Tsidi in the soapie, posted a pic of themselves kissing and one of Mzansi's ministers, Fikile Mbalula, wasn't so impressed.

Mbalula tells Letoya Makhene and bae to practise social distancing

Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula told Letoya Makhene and Lebo Keswa to practise social distancing.
Source: Instagram

The flamboyant Minister of Transport told the lovebirds to abide by government's lockdown regulations. Mbaks told the couple to practice social distancing in order to avoid contracting Covid-19.

Mbaks tweeted:

"Social distance please."

Letoya told Mbaks that it's hard to social distance when she comes home to her bae.

"Oh Mr Minister... It's so hard though. You'd understand if you had her to come home to every day."

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Letoya was thrilled when her famous father, Blondie Makhene, accepted her relationship with Lebo. She revealed that she had feared telling him.

Briefly.co.za reported that Police Minister Bheki Cele urged citizens to practice social distancing even with their own partners at home.

Cele pleaded with South Africans to maintain the required distance and to avoid kissing - even at night.

"Don't come close more than a metre, doesn't matter who. No kissing, nothing."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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