Singer Amanda Black has slammed political mass gatherings after EFF's Dr. Mbuyiseni Ndlozi shared a video of the party's campaign at the Nelson Mandela University.
Responding to Ndlozi's video, the singer wrote: "Please can you help the citizens of this country fight against another lockdown and claims of a fourth wave looming. Vaccine passports and mandates because numbers are down, people's livelihoods are still in the red. Clearly, there are no longer fears of covid spreading anymore."
Amanda also posted four other pictures showing political mass gatherings calling the political parties out for ignoring the COVID-19's lockdown regulations.
She wrote: "They say a fourth wave is looming when numbers are down. Rallies are full, people’s livelihoods are still in the red. They are promoting and enforcing vaccine mandates and passports. As seen below they don't seem to be worried about the spreading of covid during elections."
In August this year, Amanda was accused of being "woke" to sell her album. The former Idols SA contestant has been vocal on Twitter about important issues.
A few weeks ago, she was one of the few celebrities who called for #justiceForNosicelo after the news broke that the 23-year-old final year Law student was allegedly murdered by her boyfriend.
"Sick sick! I’m numb, so brutal, unnecessary, senseless. The war against women is deafening. #JusticeForNosicelo" tweeted Amanda.
According to Women For Change SA, Nosicelo was a student at the University of Fort Hare. Taking to Instagram, The organization wrote: "Fly high, Queen💔 Nosicelo, 23 was killed by her boyfriend on the 17th August in East London, Eastern Cape. She was a LLB final year student at Fort Hare."
Detailing the incident, Women For Change SA revealed that the boyfriend was arrested shortly after the incident. The organization also urged people to sign a petition to end gender-based violence: "+Trigger Warning +He chopped her body parts and placed them into suitcases and plastic bags. He allegedly went to dump her body at the entrance of a nearby flat from where he lives. SAPS were busy patrolling the area when they found a suitcase with the body of a 23-year-old female.
"Next to it was a black bag with other body parts of the deceased. While at the scene, police received information that a 25-year-old suspect believed to be linked to the murder was found and immediately arrested in his flat. SAPS found the head and hands of the deceased inside of his cupboard."
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