- A clip of a man telling people to turn around with their Covid has been circulating social media
- The man is speaking through a microphone in the streets of East London asking people where they are going without a mask
- The video left Mzansi howling and social media users spoke about how much they love Xhosa people
A crazy funny clip raising awareness about Covid-19 that was circulating on social media left Mzansi in stitches. In the video, a white van is driving through the streets of East London with a loud microphone sending a message in IsiXhosa.
The man is calling out to people in town who are not wearing their masks:
"Ngicela ujike ngeCovid yakho," he says.
The saying means, please turn around with your Covid. The man is lecturing the people in the streets who are not adhering properly to the health regulations surrounding the virus. He continues to ask people where they are going if they are not wearing masks.
Mzansi social media users were howling at the video and had a lot to say about the man who was reprimanding people:
@pabi_entle said: "In my next life I wanna be Xhosa."
@odwa_goduka said: "You gotta love Eastern Cape rhaa!"
@Candice_Chirwa said: "We need this all over South Africa."
@BenitaSays commented: "What a champ! He's the hero we need right now. Man, I hope this makes the news!"
@kgotsomaphike commented: "Akere people want to behave like kids. Treat them like kids ke."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that South Africa reacted to Zozibini Tunzi's breathtaking pics. South African women are true gems with flawless beauty that begs to be appreciated. One such South African beauty is the lovely Miss Universe and former Miss South Africa Zozibini Tunzi, a 27-year-old Eastern Cape diamond.
The young gorgeous woman recently took to her personal page to stun her fans and followers by sharing two beautifully-taken pictures which perfectly capture her breathtaking jawline and alluring eyes.
"Zandla Zozibini," she sweetly and simply captioned the Twitter post.
Soon the post blew up, amassing nearly 30 000 likes from her adoring followers. Many of them also headed to the comment section to sing Zozi's praises.
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