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Moshe Ndiki and Phelo Bala on how to keep the romance going during the lockdown

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Moshe Ndiki and Phelo Bala

One of Mzansi’s cutest couples Moshe Ndiki and Phelo Bala shared some ideas on how to keep the romance going during the lockdown. The newly engaged couple took to Instagram where they shared how dealing with being in lockdown together and keeping the spark in their relationship. In the video posted on Moshe’s page, they told their fans that they’re reading books, watching movies and shows together.

Furthermore, the Telkom ambassador said that just because you are in the house together does not mean you shouldn’t be romantic, and that you must still send each other nice messages. He captioned the post: “Hey lovers, we know it can get a bit daunting being away from your loved ones and significant halves during this lockdown.

Moshe Ndiki and Phelo Bala

“But you can always try and make an effort to keep the spark alive by watching the same movies, reading the same books and my personal favorite (looking at the moon at the same time cause you’re both looking at the same moon 😍😍) also you can take relationship quizzes to get to know each other (lord knows I need that right now cause I don’t know this person I’m staying with hahaha jokes) have fun, stay home, keep safe and keep the love alive.

“Remember, sometimes distance makes the heart grow fonder. 🙂☺️. #FreeToLove #KeepSafeDistance #StayCloserApart”

In other news – COVID-19: The worst is yet to come says President Cyril Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa says the worst is yet to come regarding the spread of COVID-19. The president does, however, believe that there are structures and facilities in place to deal with the pandemic. Ramaphosa is in Kwazulu-Natal to assess the province’s response to COVID-19.

President Cyril Ramaphosa

He is also expected to inspect several quarantine facilities on Tuesday afternoon. I am afraid that we have to plan for the worst and we have been informed that the worst is still coming. We are going to get more people infected but the most important thing is that we ensure that we lessen the pace through which these infections are set to take place. Read more

Source: News365