Anele Mdoda worried about effects of Covid-19 on bereaved employees

Anele Mdoda worried about effects of Covid-19 on bereaved employees

- Anele Mdoda has expressed concern about how quickly people who have lost their loved ones are expected to get back to work

- The star said she feels like employees aren't getting enough time off because this is a tough time for all businesses

- Fans and followers definitely agreed with the media personality

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Anele Mdoda really feels for people who have to get back to work as quickly as possible, even after losing loved ones to the coronavirus pandemic. The star said she believes the pandemic has made us more desensitised to death.

She tweeted, "What's so sad about this Covid-19 pandemic is how quickly people are expected to bounce back to work after losing loved ones because everyone is desensitised to death and businesses are going through a lot, so all hands on deck. Handle your colleagues with care. It's wild."

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Anele's followers could definitely relate to what the radio host was saying.

One responded, "I had to see this. I'm going through a lot with Covid-19 and all the while carrying on with all the duties of life. One needs to practise more self care and awareness."

Anele is often vocal on many social issues. Briefly.co.za reported that Anele was worried about women in South Africa and also wondered who our George Floyd would be.

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Anele Mdoda worried about effects of Covid-19 on bereaved employees

Anele Mdoda worried about effects of Covid-19 on bereaved employees. Image: @zintathu Source: Instagram
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Master KG’s global groove sensation, Jerusalema, had its music video removed from YouTube and fan were going off their heads.

Often videos are removed from YouTube for some legal reason, but there really was no logical explanation for as to why this music video was removed, especially after all the positivity the track has broth to the world during such a glum time. Briefly.co.za learnt that the music video just randomly disappeared off of YouTube and fans did not know what was going on. Social media blew up as fans demanded the music video be put back where it was found.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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