I didn't save for December: Thought we were all going to die, Mzansi reacts

I didn't save for December: Thought we were all going to die, Mzansi reacts

- A tweep admitted that he hadn't saved for December due to Covid-19

- He explained that he thought everyone was going to die from the virus

- Mzansi reacted with messages of support and sympathy with many people relating to what he was saying

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A Twitter user called @ThabangTweezus made a shocking confession, he had not saved for December.

He explained that he had not saved for the holiday season as he believed that we were all going to die as the global Covid-19 pandemic swept the globe.

He captioned his post:

I didn't save for December: Thought we were all going to die, Mzansi reacts
Twitter @ThabangTweezus admitted that he hadn't saved for Christmas due to Covid-19. Photo credit: @ThabangTweezus
Source: Twitter

"I didn't save up for December because I thought we were going to die."

The post soon went viral with over 6 000 likes and hundreds of comments. Here is Mzani's reaction to his post:

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"It's still the 2nd wethu you can still shuan don't worry."


"Heh Heh Heh, I see people drinking water this festive season"


"I thought there was no December this year. I had the shock of my life when I realised yesterday was the 1st of December. Somebody bless me with money please."


"It's not funny but I had to laugh this meme doing things here."

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to announce new measures to contain Covid-19 this week. A number of areas in South Africa are becoming Covid-19 hotspots once again and the National Coronavirus Command Council (NCCC) has come up with a recommendation.

According to News24, the NCCC has suggested that there should be a curfew starting at 10pm. The council also said that alcohol sales should be from Monday to Thursday. They said that there should be no drinking of alcohol in public places such as beaches or parks. There was also a suggestion that restaurants should be closed by 9pm.

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The areas that are considered hotspots for Covid-19 have not yet been finalised but the government is paying special attention to the Eastern and Western Cape provinces.

In other news, South African rugby player Makazole Mapimpi recently headed to his Twitter page to share a thirst trap with his loyal followers and fans. In the post, Makazole is wearing a dapper black shirt that is half-buttoned down.

He has paired the shirt with a matching black skin-tight blazer. To complete the look, Makazole is staring seriously into the camera while pretending to be busy on a laptop that is propped on top of a conference room table.

Ladies wasted no time shooting their shots at the Springbok player, liking the post nearly 7 000 times. A lot of them also headed to the comment section to share a number of proposals with the handsome young man.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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