Messages Pours In For The Former IFP Leader After This Happened To Him

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The news that IFP leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi tested positive for Covid-19 for the second time has been welcomed with congratulations from politicians and the general public. Buthelezi tested positive for Covid-19 for the first time in August. Dr Bhekuyise Buthelezi, a family spokeswoman, stated on Monday that the IFP leader was self-isolating and in excellent spirits. "We are glad to report that, since his initial bout in August of last year, he has remained generally asymptomatic and in excellent spirits," he stated in a statement.

"As prescribed, he has begun self-isolation at home for the requisite duration. We are relieved to know that he has been twice vaccinated and will be watched by a highly qualified staff," he added. He stated that the IFP leader has canceled all public appearances for the duration of his self-isolation. The family requested seclusion and stated that Buthelezi's return to work will be publicized. According to Health Minister Joe Phaahla, fully vaccinated persons are not immune to catching Covid-19, but if they do, their symptoms are usually moderate and they might not require hospitalization.

Mkhuleko Hlengwa, national spokesman for the IFP, and Herman Mashaba, head of ActionSA, both wished Buthelezi a swift recovery. "Wishing my mentor Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi a swift recovery after testing positive for Covid-19, as revealed by his family," Hlengwa stated. "Will remember you, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, in our daily prayers for a swift and complete recovery," Mashaba added.

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This comes after the former IFP leader, was isolated at home after testing positive for Covid-19 for the 2nd time. On Monday, the family of the IFP's emeritus president verified the news. Buthelezi contracted the virus for the first time in August 2020. Buthelezi's sole regret was that he was unable to attend the installation function of the University of Cape Town's chancellor, Dr Precious Moloi-Motsepe, on Friday. The family has requested privacy at this time.

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