Black Coffee entertains while raising money for Covid-19 relief and newly-weds get arrested for contravening lockdown rules.
DJ Black Coffee has decided to go the extra mile in helping his country deal with the impact of Covid-19.
In addition to giving the world free streamed concerts, the DJ managed to raise R76,000 this past weekend towards a solidarity fund set up by President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Black Coffee decided to use his star power to get donations for the fund, by doing what he knows best on the ones and twos.
With a mix called Home Brewed 001, the DJ not only got people dancing but also had them send money towards the cause.
Well done and thank you Mr Coffee.
A KwaZulu-Natal bridal couple will spend their first few hours as husband and wife behind bars after being arrested at their wedding on Sunday.
Members of the police and defense force gatecrashed a wedding in Nseleni, northern KZN, arresting the bridal couple, the pastor and more than 50 of their wedding guests.
[ICYMI] SA Lockdown: Bridal couple and guests arrested on wedding dayhttps://t.co/ozIrYUaPh7
— eNCA (@eNCA) April 6, 2020
eNCA is disrespectful 😭 imagine your wedding being headlined like this on national tv 😣😭 pic.twitter.com/84s6quu4fv
— moriski. 📷🚀 (@kamogelx) April 5, 2020
We urge citizens to postpone public engagements and stay home during this lockdown, don’t get caught on the wrong side of the law.
There are 1655 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in SA and 11 deaths.
Health Minister, Zweli Mkhize, said: “We jointly shared the concern about the disastrous effect this pandemic may have on the African continent, given the levels of poverty and explosive spread in densely populated areas of human settlement.
“It was agreed we must strengthen our coordination efforts as a continent in order to limit the number of deaths and reduce the uncontrollable spread of this pandemic.”
— Dr Zweli Mkhize (@DrZweliMkhize) April 5, 2020
Let’s stay home and stay safe.
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