- Zola Hashati has shared the journey he has had with Covid-19 in a radio interview with Unathi Nkayi
- The television personality shared that he has had to battle with the virus after being infected twice
- Zola urged people to get tested and stay safe because they will never know where they will get infected
Television presenter and actor Zola Hashati has spoken out about his battle with Covid-19. Zola spoke to Unathi Nkayi on Kaya FM about his journey with the virus and how it has affected him.
Zola has tested positive for the virus twice. The first time was in July and the second time was in December 2020.
A number of South Africans are still trying to understand how the virus works as there has been speculation that if you have been infected once, your body becomes immune. The Moja Love presenter has decided to set the record straight about Covid-19.
When Zola tested positive for the virus the first time, he shared the news on social media and urged people to get tested.
He recovered but he was mortified when he tested positive for the virus a second time.
"I felt things I never felt, I thought it was something I ate as I was driving from North West, I felt pains and cramps," said Zola.
He also shared that he was not able to eat anything or drive for four days. Zola expressed his concern over the virus and is worried that the country might even face a third wave.
Zola said that one can never be sure of where they get infected with the virus but people have to be careful.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Siv Ngesi says he will punch people for saying that Covid-19 is not real. Three-time SAFTA-nominated actor Siv Ngesi is really taking the Covid-19 crisis in South Africa seriously.
Siv said that he would deal with anyone who says that the virus is fake. The country has reached over 1 million confirmed cases and the second wave is currently taking place. Taking to Twitter this week, Siv decided to make it known that the virus means serious business.
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