- Legendary radio presenter Bob Mabena has lost his grandmother to Covid-19
- The Power FM presenter revealed that his granny had gone to hospital to treat a lung infection when she contracted the deadly virus
- Bob, who said Mzansi hospitals are not ready to deal with the coronavirus, revealed that his granny died just three days after contracting the disease
Legendary radio presenter Bob Mabena has lost his grandmother to Covid-19. The media personality revealed that his granny had gone to hospital to treat a lung infection when she contracted the deadly virus.
The star said his grandma died just three days after contracting the coronavirus. The Power FM presenter suggested Mzansi hospitals are not ready to deal with the disease.
The jammer was responding to a tweep, @NtandoNdabeni, who also lost his 54-year-old mother to Covid-19.
"So sad for your loss Ntando. Your experience is almost the same with my grandmother this past week. She contracted Covid-19 in a hospital whilst going in for a lung infection. Within three days, she was gone. The hospitals aren’t ready."
Bob's peers in the music industry took to his comment section and sent him messages of condolences.
Melanie Bala commented:
"Oh no Bob. So sorry for your loss."
DJ Fresh wrote:
"Sorry to hear that bra Bob!! Condolences!!!"
The veteran's fans also sent him messages of condolences.
"Condolences to you and family, bra Bob. Wishing you strength and comfort during these difficult times."
"So sorry Bob, sincere condolences."
Briefly.co.za has reported that South Africa has just recorded 138 134 cases and 2 456 fatalities. Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize confirmed the latest statistics.
In other Covid-19 news, Somizi Mhlongo's bosom friend TT Mbha recently took to social media to reveal that he has tested positive for Covid-19.
TT, who also stars in Somizi's reality TV show, took to social media on Wednesday last week to let his friends and fans know that he has contracted the disease. The star asked Mzansi peeps to take the virus seriously and said he has already started his 14-day isolation programme.
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