- Kelly Khumalo is not impressed with the government's decision to close schools yet again
- The singer is not happy because parents are expected to still pay the full amount in school fees
- Kelly also aired her frustrations at having to balance work and teaching children school work at the same time
Mzansi singer Kelly Khumalo is not happy with the extended closure of schools in South Africa. Kelly is mostly not impressed with the fact that parents are still expected to pay school fees in full, even though schools are not operating fully.
The Department of Education has decided to keep schools closed because of the second wave of Covid-19 infections in the country.
Kelly is not thrilled with how parents have work commitments but they are still expected to home school their children, along with paying for fees.
"So, we are back to home schooling our kids and still paying school fees?" tweeted Kelly.
A social media user tried to reason with Kelly by telling her that schools would only be closed for two weeks but she still wasn't having any of it.
"Two weeks or not sesi, who is going to be home schooling these kids when we need to be out chasing the paper to pay for that very same school fees. This is frustrating," she said.
Some social media users commented on Kelly's post and shared her sentiments. Take a look at the reactions below:
"A teacher told me that kids are expected to be independent. I asked him the reason why they have teachers if they are expected to be independent he couldn’t explain that,"
"Our government is good at neglecting our needs and those on top don't care."
"Online learning has it's expenses. Load shedding on top of that too."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Kelly Khumalo says that she's praying Covid ends and urges fans to do the same. Kelly Khumalo is the latest celebrity to share her thoughts on the global pandemic and about how to deal with the Covid-19 crisis.
The famous singer posted footage of herself on social media where she sang and spoke directly to the camera. Kelly talked at length about how she truly believed that the only way through the current pandemic would be prayer.
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