- Kabelo and his wife Gail Mabalane have taken to social media to let Mzansi know that they have recovered from Covid-19
- The couple expressed that they had to use their mental health and spirituality in order to beat the coronavirus
- Kabelo and Gail emphasised the realness of the virus and said they are grateful that the worst is over
Kabelo and his wife Gail Mabalane have taken to social media to let Mzansi know that they have recovered from Covid-19. The entertainment couple shared a video on Instagram explaining how they dealt with the virus.
Gail, who is one of Mzansi's most-0loved actresses, captioned the post:
"The truth is, Covid-19 is real. We are grateful to be on the other side."
The couple expressed that they had to use their mental health and spirituality in order to beat the coronavirus.
Kabelo, who is a musician, said he tested positive two weeks ago. He explained that when the country moved to Level 3 lockdown, he let his "guard down".
The star said he wore his mask and sanitised but not as "vigorously" as when the country was still on the stricter Level 4 and 5 of the Covid-19 lockdown.
"We want to emphasise the realness of the pandemic that we're all going through."
Gail, who has been applauded for her acting skills on Blood & Water, tested positive after taking care of her hubby. She said she is grateful that the worst is over.
"I'm grateful that we're on the other side, I'm grateful that the the worst is over."
In other Covid-19 news, Briefly.co.za reported when Somizi Mhlongo's bosom friend TT Mbha celebrated recovering from Covid-19. TT took to social media to celebrate surviving the coronavirus.
The excited businessman announced his recovery on Instagram. TT, who also stars on Somizi's reality TV show Living The Dream With Somizi, had tested positive on 24 June. The star excitedly revealed that he tested negative on Thursday, 9 July.
"I tested positive on June 24! My mental, emotional, spiritual and physical strengths were all put to the ultimate test of survival! I tested negative on July 9. By the mighty and unshakable grace of God, I survived meningitis in 2014 and in 2020 I survived coronavirus!"
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