Down tools for a day and shut down this f*cked up country – Mzansi Celebs team up against xenophobia

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Following the sad news that have crippled the country yesterday, celebrities are taking it upon themselves to take a stand against gender based violence.

Emotional and angered TV Presenter, Siv Ngesi, has been sharing his sentiments on social media.

“I don’t really know how to feel about this country right now.”

This follows the news that broke that UCT student Uyinene Mrwetyana was murdered and raped, the kidnapping of a six-year-old girl outside her school and looting across Gauteng took place.

The actor and comedian has called for a national shutdown.

On Monday, he was the driving force behind the hashtag #SAShutDown, calling on South Africans to take serious action against the scourge of crime.

Siv has publicly called out President Cyril Ramaphosa, bemoaning his lack of support.

The actor and comedian has called for a national shutdown.

On Monday, he was the driving force behind the hashtag #SAShutDown, calling on South Africans to take serious action against the scourge of crime.

Siv has publicly called out President Cyril Ramaphosa, bemoaning his lack of support.

On his Instagram stories, Siv said that while South Africans are resilient, “we can’t get used to it.”

“Every single one of us should march. We should all be disgusted and ashamed. We shut this country down or do you wait until one of your family members get brutally raped or murdered?”

-Dailysun


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