- DJ Maphorisa has taken to social media to ask tweeps if the country has opened
- Mzansi is currently under Level 2 lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic
- Maphorisa's fans took to his comment section to tell him that President Cyril Ramaphosa will let Mzansi know tonight if government has decided to open the country or not
Many people in Mzansi cannot wait for the country to be officially opened so that they can go back to their normal lives. Some peeps have not been able to make money amid the government imposed lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Mzansi has moved to the more relaxed level 2 lockdown but some people have been grooving like the government has lifted the lockdown.
DJ Maphorisa is also a little confused. The musician took to social media on Wednesday, 16 September to ask tweeps if government has officially opened the country. The star tweeted:
"Is the country open? l’m a lil confused."
Maphorisa is one of the celebs who have been sharing on social media that they cannot wait for everything to go back to normal so that they can start touring and performing in front of live audiences again. Tweeps took to Madumane's comment section to react to his question. Check out some of their comments below:
"It's up to you Phorry, Remember with listeriosis. They didn't tell us that it's over, we just saw people eating polony."
"Mr Madumane we opened South Africa ages ago but your country, 'Cape Town' is still on level 5."
"Lol it is open but closed... Basically what we trying to say Phori is that we are critical but stable."
"Daddy, he's literally going to let us know later tonight, let's just hope we not going back to level 5."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that The Office of the Presidency has confirmed that President Cyril Ramaphosa will be addressing the nation on Wednesday evening at 19:00.
In a statement issued by the Presidency on Wednesday morning, it was announced that this would follow engagements with the National Coronavirus Command Council and the President's Coordinating Council earlier this week.
A special sitting of Cabinet will also be taking place on Wednesday ahead of the address according to the statement. The Presidency further commented that:
"The President’s Coordinating Council is co-chaired by the President and the Deputy President and brings together Ministers, Premiers and the leadership of the South African Local Government Association and National House of Traditional Leaders."
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