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For the Culture – Shimza Apologizes, Covid-19 Update & More
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DJ Shimza found himself in the middle of a massive social media storm over the weekend after he asked a fan to stop “harassing” him.  

The hitmaker had Twitter DEEP in the feels when he responded to DJ Ceega Wa Meropa’s request to feature on his Channel O lockdown live gigs by telling the upcoming DJ he should stop hounding him. 

“You need to stop harassing me, it’s annoying,” Shimza said, adding that the DJ was always blowing up his mentions with requests. 

Social media users slammed Shimza for being “rude” and called for the muso to be boycotted. 

As the hashtag #ShimzaMustFall topped the Twitter trends list, Shimza apologised for his comments. 

“I apologise for snapping at you, especially because I am a hustler myself. I should have been more understanding. It was in no way a personal attack or anything of the sort. 

“Once again guys, I apologise to everyone I have offended. I must always remember to hold myself to a higher standard. Marumo fatse,” he wrote. 

Let’s all stand together during these trying times Mzansi. 

There are 2 415 confirmed cases of Covid-19 and 27 deaths in Mzansi. 

Gauteng health MEC Bandile Masuku remains hopeful the country will overcome the Covid-19 pandemic with limited casualties. 

“We believe we can overcome, and will overcome with not many casualties,” Masuku said during the handover of personal protective equipment (PPE) in Sandton on Tuesday. 

The Bank of China donated 30,000 PPE units to the department to boost the fight against the coronavirus. 

“We are hoping this equipment will add to what we are already busy with in terms of procuring and creating enough stock for our health-care workers.

“We are very appreciative of this gesture. We hope to get more and to share insights about how we deal with and treat patients who have Covid-19,” said Masuku.

Let’s all continue to stay home and safe. These are trying times, but we will conquer them if we all work with the government. 

Renowned South African designer David Tlale together with with Avon Justine and Bochendal have launched a new fashion collection that is sustainability driven and Covid-19 compliant. 

The pre-recorded virtual fashion show, which was created before the start of the National Lockdown, serves to bring awareness to business sustainability and encourage South Africans to comply with the National Lockdown regulations. 

The fashion showcase is part of the brand’s bold move to launch an entirely digital agenda which will also comprise of fashion presentations and brand collaborations. This will explore new ways of craftsmanship and creativity. 

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For the first time the fashion maestro, @davidtlale in partnership with @boschendalwines and @avonsouthafrica , will showcase digitally his latest Autumn/Winter 2020/21 Collection titled The pre-recorded virtual fashion showcase serves as a call-to-action for the local Clothing and Textile Industry and the fashion community at large to help amplify and bring awareness to business sustainability in South Africa, and encourage adherence to the set ‘National Lockdown’ regulations. This prompts new ways of presenting craftsmanship and creativity of David Tlale’s signature trailblazing approach to fashion, promising to inspire “Africa and Global Trends” in this coming Season. Visit http://www.davidtlale.com/en/

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The collection titled “Classica Icons” is inspired by David’s design ethos which has shaped the brand’s bold, luxury appeal. 

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