- Maps Maponyane has made it his mission to ensure his restaurant, Buns Out, comes out on top despite the coronavirus pandemic
- Maps said that the effects of Covid-19 and lockdown restrictions on Buns Out have been devastating, but he's determined to soldier on
- The burger joint recently reopened after lockdown restrictions were relaxed on level 3 and Maps says it's been slow, but steady, going
Maps Maponyane was candid with a fan about the effects that Covid-19 has had on his business. Maps, who owns Buns Out burger restaurant, said it has been horribly affected. He said this has generally been a devastating period overall.
However, Maps also assured the tweep that while things have been hard, they hope it will get better and that they have strategic ideas which will hopefully help the business survive this difficult period.
The fan tweeted, "Maps, how has the pandemic impacted your restaurant, bro?"
Maps responded, "The truth? Horribly. It's been devastating, but we have faith and hope it will get better. The reality is that we can't carry on like this for too long for it to still make business sense. But we have a couple (of) strategic ideas that will hopefully mitigate that. Thanks for asking."
We're all holding out that Buns Out survives this pandemic. Maps let fans who are in Joburg know of a few different ways that they can support the business.
Maps certainly has to get his coins right if he has any hope of marrying his bestie and crush, Boity. Last week, Briefly.co.za reported that Boity wants a man who can provide the finer things for her and Maps had joked that he was up for the challenge.
In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Mzansi was peeved at Uyajola9/9 presenter, Jub Jub, barging into a cheater's house without knocking.
Jub Jub was there to confront the man about his philandering ways. A lot of viewers commented that Jub Jub could have at least done the decent thing and knocked before entering.
As much as peeps love the drama, a lot drew the line at Jub Jub and his crew just walking into someone's house without knocking. Even Boity Thulo, a die-hard Uyajola 9/9 fan, expressed that she didn't approve.
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