- Property mogul TT Mbha has shared that he has written a book to help those who have tested positive for Covid-19
- The reality TV star says the book is a survival guide for people who are affected and infected by the coronavirus
- TT, who is Somizi Mhlongo's bosom friend, recovered from the deadly disease about a month ago
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Somizi Mhlongo's bosom friend and businessman TT Mbha has revealed that he has written a book about his experience with Covid-19. The reality TV star says he has decided to share his recovery journey with the people of Mzansi though his book titled Tough Talk With TT.
The aim of the book, according to the property mogul, is to help Mzansi peeps who have contracted the virus to recover from it.
TT took to to social media about a month ago to celebrate surviving the coronavirus. He announced his recovery on Instagram. TT told the Daily Sun that:
"The book is a 19-day Covid-19 recovery journey and I take people through what I experienced, the pain and the symptoms. It is a survival guide for those who are affected, infected and recovered."
Briefly.co.za has reported that Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize has updated SA on the latest Covid-19 statistics. On Monday evening, Mkhize confirmed that the nation has recorded a cumulative total of 563 598 confirmed Covid-19 cases.
The minister also noted an increase in the number of deaths recorded with the toll currently at 10 621.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Former Inkatha Freedom Party leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi is in good spirits after testing positive for Covid-19. Buthelezi, who is currently in self-isolation, says he is still asymptomatic despite having the virus.
The veteran politician tested positive after coming into contact with a positive case last week, his family said in a statement released on 8 August.
"At this point, we're pleased to say that he remains asymptomatic and is in good spirits. As a family we have put in place a capable team to keep watch over the situation."
Buthelezi told SABC News that he is in a healthy condition. He said he is grateful to the people who have sent him messages wishing him a speedy recovery.
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