Lerato Kganyago. Picture: Instagram
Lerato Kganyago. Picture: Instagram

Newlywed Lerato Kganyago weighs in on coronavirus

By Entertainment Reporter Time of article published Mar 19, 2020

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TV personality and radio host Lerato Kganyago who recently revealed that she’s a married woman joins celebrities around the globe urging fans to take extra precautionary health measures in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. 

In her Instagram Stories, the Metro FM host urged her fans two watch their hands. 

She said: “Guys, please wash your hands, even if you don’t have or cannot afford a sanitizer…(use) normal soap, watch your hands with warm water as often as you can”.

Kganyago adds: “Also, don’t forget to wash the back of your palms...your fingernails are so important. No hugs, no kisses. Nobody should be feeling offended right now...no air kisses even.”

She also reiterated the recent public announcement by the government and health officials to minimise physical contact with other people.

Meanwhile, the Metro FM host also dropped a bomb during her show, revealing that she is married. 

Well, we're not sure how the star managed to keep the details of her nuptials under wraps, but when it comes to her love life, Kganyago always manages to pull it off.

Kganyago shared the exciting newly exclusively on her mid-morning show "The Bridge". In a conversation with co-hosts with Somizi Mhlongo-Motaung, Dineo Ranaka and Naked DJ, she said: "I am a woman, I’m a married woman that is."

"Oh my gosh! She finally said it," responded Ranaka, while the others applauded her.

Recent reports surfaced that the media personality recently got married to businessman Thami Ndlela in a traditional wedding, with the white wedding coming later in the year.

If Kganyago has her way, fans may have to wait a while for a glimpse of her wedding. In December, the star opened up about her secret heartbreak on social media following a four-year relationship that ended.

"Getting over someone you thought you would never get over, has to be the most fulfilling feeling ever," wrote Kganyago at the time.

Although she didn’t reveal the identity of her former partner, the media personality, detailed how she had the opportunity to mourn the relationship in private because no one knew what she was going through, including her colleagues at Metro FM.

“Perks of keeping your relationship private, for those that do, is taking your L’s in private! Parted ways with someone I thought was the love of my life, after 4 years, went through the heartbreak in private, cried in private and moved TF along,” she wrote.

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