- The increasing number of South Africans who have decided not to wear their masks has gotten Zenande Mfenyana worried
- The stunner said she doesn't understand why so many people have ditched the Covid-19 masks when out in public
- The actress' fans have also shared that they're worried the virus will keep spreading in Mzansi due to this
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Zenande Mfenyana has taken to social media to share that she is worried about the high number of Mzansi peeps who have ditched their masks amid Level 2 lockdown. The gorgeous actress expressed that she doesn't understand why some citizens have suddenly decided to ignore the country's Covid-19 restrictions.
Zenande is one of many social media users who have expressed their concern at the behaviour of some people who have disregarded the regulations of SA's Covid-19 rules, especially since the country has moved to Level 2 lockdown. The star tweeted:
"Is Covid-19 over? I’m seeing post after post with people not wearing masks. Can someone make me understand, please?"
Zenande's fans have also shared their views about her post. Most of them also said they are worried that the spread of the virus will increase drastically amid Level 2.
"People are no longer taking this thing serious. I was in a taxi only a few people were wearing masks, even the driver didn't have his."
"The second wave will hit us hard, the way people are behaving now, many will take the virus into their homes and infect the entire family."
"People groove as if they found the cure."
"That time Covivi doesn’t know we are on Level 2."
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that iFani has bagged a new TV show and he is also back in the studio after quitting rap music a few years ago.
The star, real name Mzayifani Mzondeleli Boltina, has shared a trailer of his new cooking show titled Amah Knows Best on social media. The Shake hitmaker will be travelling across China trying new ancient generational recipes that have been shared with elderly Chinese people over the years.
According to the comeback kid's social media posts, the show will debut on SABC3 on 9 September. It will end in December. The 13-episode cooking programme will also feature 13 songs on radio and 13 music videos.
The musician's fans have shared their reactions following his announcement. They are happy that he is back in the entertainment industry.
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