Sjava tours Eastern Cape amid Covid 19 concerns, Mzansi reacts

Sjava tours Eastern Cape amid Covid 19 concerns, Mzansi reacts

- Sjava has shared that he's touring the Eastern Cape despite Covid-19 concerns in the province

- Sjava posted snaps while on his way to the province with districts that have been declared Covid-19 hotspots

- Sjava's concerned fans warned the musician to adhere to Covid-19 regulations during his tour in the province

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Sjava recently took to social media to share that he was on his way to perform in the Eastern Cape amid Covid-19 concerns. Mzansi government recently declared some districts in the province as Covid-19 hotspots.

The award-winning musician took to Twitter to share that he was performing in one of the venues in the Eastern Cape on Tuesday night, 22 December. The star decided to bless his fans with his presence despite the rising number of coronavirus cases in the province.

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The Umama hitmaker's fans took to his comment section to share their thoughts on his trip to the province. Some were concerned that Sjava chose to travel there as the province is experiencing a spike in Covid-19 cases.

Check out some of their comments below:

@lurh_khaba wrote:

"I don't understand, Saturday you were supposed to be at Emondlo, it was postponed due to Covid but you do go somewhere else. Kwenzakalani (what's happening)?"

@MbekoBongumusa said:

"Corona that side!"

@PolilepK wrote:

"Hotspots? leyoprovince ayikho grand (that province is not good)."

@HTokozani commented:


@Hlathomhle added:

"Don't forget your masks please guyz okanye (otherwise) you will die."
Sjava tours Eastern Cape amid Covid 19 concerns, Mzansi reacts

Sjava is touring the Eastern Cape amid Covid 19 concerns. Image: @sjava_atm
Source: Instagram

In other entertainment news, reported that Trevor Noah took to social media to poke fun at Covid-19 regulations in Africa. The South African-born comedian took to The Daily Show's Twitter account to share with Americans how life under the pandemic has become for Africans.

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The TV host showed his American audience how South African police deal with people who do not wear masks amid the pandemic. In the clip Trevor posted this week, the star also told his fans about the story of Rwandans who broke the curfew or who were caught not wearing a mask.

The Rwandans told how they were sent to stadiums for long overnight lectures about the dangers of the coronavirus. Noah captioned his video:

"Africa does NOT mess around with Covid safety. People are getting publicly roasted and sent to coronavirus lectures when they don't comply."

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