Videos of a woman assaulting children at a crèche recently went viral, sparking outrage and calls for the woman to be held to account. Others were giving advice on how to ensure children’s safety, among them Nandi Madida.
In reaction to the horrific video, the TV personality – who is expecting her second child – took to Twitter to share the measures she takes to ensure the safety of her and Zakes Bantwini’s 2-year-old son, Shaka.
“These crèche videos are heartbreaking, I’m sure other mothers agree with me that you only hope your kids are fine with the Nannies you have at home or caregivers at Crèche. I struggle to trust anyone because of such cases,” she began, before revealing how she has CCTV cameras installed in her home.
“Fortunately I have a very flexible schedule work wise, but I trust nothing and no one.”
I have cameras in my home and fortunately I have a very flexible schedule work wise, but I trust nothing and no one. Our children are not safe and we have to be vigilant. 💔 https://t.co/1JzoEoLauk
— Nandi Madida (@Nandi_Madida) April 4, 2019
Other celebs who reacted to the shocking video include actress Enhle Mbali Maphumulo, who asked Twitter to help her track down one of the victims’ parents, and Lerato Kganyago who asked MEC for education Panyaza Lesufi to attend to the matter.
This is sensitive .I would personally with the “Enhle Cares foundation” like to assist in getting the little girl some therapy & send this woman to prison for a very long time. Do if you know the Lil girls parents and this evil specimen let me know. Twitter investigators help 🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/nU4Wi4zLrj
— 🌸 (@EssieApparel_) April 4, 2019