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For the Culture – Karabo Poppy Portrait Series, Covid-19 & More
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With the 21-day lockdown looming and events around the world cancelled, creative and all-round cool oke, Karabo Poppy, will be doing a portrait series for her Instagram followers. 

Karabo has been having a whirlwind of a year after becoming Africa’s first female to have her own Nike collab. 

She started the series of portraits by illustrating one of her friends, creative and photographer, Deji Dada. 

https://www.instagram.com/p/B-HJMaZhGu_/

Thank you Karabo for giving to the arts during these trying times. 

Health minister Zweli Mkhize has announced that the number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 has increased to 709 cases overnight. 

There was an increase of 155 cases in a day up from 554 from Tuesday. Mkhize said the most increases were in Gauteng where there are 64 new cases. 

The Western Cape recorded 61 confirmed cases while KZN had 11 new cases. 

“We are expecting quite an increase. We are still in very early days,” Mkhize said. 

He said the 15 new cases in the Free State was concerning for him because it was all linked to a church in Mangaung. 

Let’s all practice self-isolation and adhere to the President’s call to be home for 21 days so we can get a grip on this virus. 

Bonang Matheba caused a storm by dancing to AKA’s music. With most South Africans self-isolating to curb the spread of coronavirus, Bonang, like many celebs, is at home finding ways to stay entertained. 

In doing so, moghel asked her fans on Instagram what they were up to. 

Little did they know they were about to see Queen B dance to a song by her ex-boyfriend, AKA.  

In the video, Bonang vibes to a collaborative single by the rapper and Anatii. 

https://twitter.com/Bongz_ShakesJr/status/1242117247428177920

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