- Simphiwe Dana has slammed the South African government for its handling of the Covid-19 pandemic
- The singer said that she did not like the seemingly authoritarian ways of the government lately
- Dana said that she hopes that the dictatorship doesn't become worse if people start to rebel against it
Simphiwe Dana has been saying a lot of what's on her mind lately and this time she singer spoke about what she thinks about the South African government.
Simphiwe expressed that she was worried about the government's authoritarian ways.
After President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the nation recently and Simphiwe took to Twitter to share her thoughts.
“I’m getting increasingly concerned with the authoritarian tone our leaders are taking with us. And the authoritarian ways they’re adopting. These are the early signs of a dictatorship," said Simphiwe.
A number of South Africans have been getting concerned with how the government has been handling the Covid-19 pandemic in the country. Many are frustrated with the alcohol ban and fail to understand why the government does it.
Simphiwe said that she was concerned because in most cases, South Africans pride themselves in the way that the country is governed.
“I worry that soon we won’t be able to disagree with our leadership without men with big guns showing up on our doorsteps and our own people cheering them on. I hope to God I’m wrong," she said.
Simphiwe also added that the Covid-19 situation in Mzansi is exposing the ways of the government and she is gravely concerned.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Simphiwe Dana sympathized with Uganda ahead of the elections. Simphiwe took to Twitter to share that her heart is heavy because of what is taking place in the East African country Uganda.
Uganda is currently about to undergo presidential elections and the government has banned social media ahead of them. President Yoweri Museveni has won every presidential election since 1996 but he is now up against some tough opposition in the popular singer, Bob Wine.
Internet users in the country have been complaining about not being able to access social media platforms to campaign. Simphiwe Dana said that she was heartbroken about the situation and is wondering what the African Union (AU) is going to do about it.
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Source: Briefly News