Alex Japho Matlala
3 minute read
18 May 2020
6:05 am

Kwasa king drives around Limpopo villages using loudspeaker to tell people about Covid

Alex Japho Matlala

South Africa’s self -proclaimed Kwasakwasa Dance King Maloabotsheba Steven Sefofa is taking coronavirus education to far-flung rural villages in Limpopo.

Maloabotsheba Steven Sefofa with one of the vehicles he uses to spread information about the novel coronavirus. Picture: Alex Matlala

Health Minister Zweli Mkhize revealed at the weekend that by Saturday, the country had registered 14,355 cases and that for the numbers to decline, everyone had to play their part. This saw the musician, who is also a prominent Limpopo taxi tycoon, taking a convoy of taxis and bakkies to the villages around Tzaneen, Modjadjiskloof, Giyani, Hoedspruit and Polokwane, spreading the message to stay at home, wash your hands, cover your face, refrain from kissing and hugging and not to smoke during lockdown. “I am a musician, a famous businessman, a public speaker with a lot of followers and a...