Minnie Dlamini may have had a rough night. The popular on-air personality took to Twitter in the wee hours of Wednesday morning to vent her frustrations head of the coronavirus-influenced nationwide lockdown.
Minnie Dlamini wants to spend 21-day lockdown alone
Fans were quick to jump on Minnie Dlamini’s mentions following this admission from the star.
Some reminded sis to keep the same energy from a previous tweet where she held a positive outlook on the lockdown, claiming it was needed to strengthen relationships.
It is not known if indeed Minnie Dlamini’s tweets were a direct result of an altercation with her husband, Quinton Jones. However, there were enough subliminals in the tweets that followed to substantiate the assumption.
Fortunately, no relationship is immune from disagreements and for the sake of their sanity ahead of this 21-day lockdown, we hope they will patch things up in time and that it is not all that serious.
21-day lockdown: What to expect
When the clock strikes 23:59 on Thursday 26 March, South Africa will officially go into lockdown for 21 days.
This is a measure the government has taken to curb the rapid spread of coronavirus in South Africa. At this time, there are 554 cases of the virus, with two patients reportedly being treated in ICU.
Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize confirmed that the numbers are expected to rise exponentially and fears that the virus will claim a life soon.
During the lockdown, people will not be allowed to leave their homes unless it is to:
- visit the grocery store;
- the pharmacy
- a bank; or
- to collect a social grant.
The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) has been deployed to work alongside the police in enforcing this lockdown. Failure to adhere to the basic rule of staying at home may result in a fine or, in very serious cases, direct imprisonment for a minimum of one month.