- Unathi took to social media to pen an emotional message to her friend Lerato 'Zah' Moloi after she survived Covid-19
- Zah recently shared a video where she opened up about her experience with the coronavirus
- The Idols SA judge also revealed that she lost her uncle, aunt, brother and sister on Monday due to the virus
Unathi has penned a touching message to her friend Lerato 'Zah' Moloi who has recovered from the coronavirus.
The Idols SA judge took to Instagram to share her relief that her bestie has survived the virus after the actress recently opened up about her Covid-19 experience. The radio host shared snaps she took with Zah and captioned her post:
"How happy am I that you’re alive and healthy. Thank you for posting your video on surviving Covid-19 on Insta Rato @lerato_zah and for being so honest about your experience, but most importantly your fears around it, now that you have survived."
Unathi also revealed that the disease claimed the lives of four of her family members on Monday, just hours apart.
"My aunt and uncle, brother and sister died on Monday four hours apart from Covid. My dad is inconsolable. I’m happy you are alive my love Zah."
Zah replied to her friend:
"Why didn’t you tell me about your devastating loss when we spoke earlier on the phone? You selflessly focused so much on me and my recovery when you are going through so much pain on the other hand... I will include you and your family are in my prayers."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that 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-loved 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 in the stricter Level 4 and 5 of the Covid-19 lockdown.
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