Bishop Makamu reflects on his traumatic experience with Covid-19

Bishop Makamu reflects on his traumatic experience with Covid-19

- Bishop Israel Makamu recently recovered from Covid-19 but will never forget the scary experience

- The media personality was convinced that he was going to die as the symptoms worsened

- The Mzansi celebrity and entrepreneur went to Pastor Mboro for prayers and believes that Jesus healed him

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Bishop Israel Makamu has opened up about his scary experience with Covid-19. The media personality was hard-hit by the dreaded virus and thought he was going to die.

The Rea Tsotella presenter said that he lost his sense of taste and smell and struggled to breathe. Speaking to Drum magazine, Makamu said that when he tried to sleep, he would have nightmares of his own funeral.

The media personality has since recovered from his ordeal. He went to see Pastor Mboro who reportedly prayed for him for three days.

He took to Instagram to share that he believes Jesus healed him.

“You need to be mentally and spiritually strong to beat this thing. Listen to the doctors, follow the instructions, wear your masks, and put prayer at the forefront of your life because anyone can get this virus"
Bishop Makamu reflects on his traumatic Covid-19 experience
Bishop Makamu says he was worried that he was going to die. Image: @bishop_makamu
Source: Twitter previously reported that Bishop Makamu tested positive for Covid-19; he had himself tested after feeling ill for a couple of days. He treated himself at home with home remedies and medication which was prepared for him by his wife.

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In other news, South Africans learned of the tragic death of amapiano DJ and dancer Papers 707. His passing left fans, family and friends -including DJ Fresh - mourning.

On Tuesday, 21 July 2020, Vusi Mabuza - who was famously known as Papers 707 - was laid to rest at his home in Meadowlands, Soweto.

The service was limited to 50 people to adhere to government regulations amid the coronavirus pandemic but South Africans could watch it live on Facebook.

Video footage has now been shared on Twitter showing mourners dancing at Papers 707's funeral. Social media users had mixed reactions to the footage. Some felt it was disrespectful while others believed that DJ Papers would have wanted it that way.

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