Shimza and DJ pH say the lockdown house party is over as lockdown eases

Shimza and DJ pH say the lockdown house party is over as lockdown eases

- DJ Shimza and pH have said goodbye as the party comes to an end as Mzansi moves into lockdown level 1

- They two musicians had a blast on the show which had Mzansi partying in their lounges during one of South Africa's darkest times

- They appeared together on the last show and both shared touching messages with the country as the party ended

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The party has ended, at least the Lockdown House Party has. South Africa is moving into level one of the lockdown and as such the curfew and restrictions on the nightlife is being lifted.

As a result, the Lockdown House Party has come to an end and DJ Shimza and pH have said their goodbyes to the popular show which kept Mzansi entertained through the darkest of days.

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They made the most of the last night on the show by appearing together and fans must have known what was coming. It was truly an amazing initiative from DJ Shimza which united South Africans.

DJ pH also took to Twitter to say goodbye to the show and he ended his message by thanking Mzansi.

The Lockdown House Party did so much for South Africa and for South African artists and really helped us through the long weekends.

Shimza and DJ pH say goodbye to lockdown house party as lockdown eases

DJ Shimza had a blast on the Lockdown House Party. Photo credit: Instagram/shimza.dj
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With changing regulations, alcohol and cigarette bans, uncertainty around Covid-19 and the state of the economy, it was comforting to know that one thing we could rely on was the Lockdown House Party.

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA) Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma maintained that keeping a curfew even during Level 1 of the nationwide lockdown was mainly to stop "chaos". This was especially kept in place because of the behaviour of young people, spending hours out while drinking.

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Whilst briefing the media on the Level 1 COVID-19 regulations Dlamini-Zuma said that people had the tendency to relax when consuming alcohol. She also said that if people have been sitting in a restaurant or tavern, you don't want them to be sitting there for many hours.

In other news, President Cyril Ramaphosa recently made the announcement that South Africa will soon be moving to alert lockdown Level 1. The news was met with tons of celebration from South Africans who love the fact that there will be a little more freedom to do all the things they love.

Setting the mood for the good news is the video clip of a dancing duo that recently set the internet alight. The short clip, which was uploaded by Robot_Boii on Twitter, features the young men serving up some seriously lit dance moves which are seriously a vibe.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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