Thembsie Matu is healthy and out of the hospital.

Thembsie Matu is healthy and out of the hospital.

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The Queen actress Thembsie Matu is finally out of the hospital. Thembsie was admitted due to COVID-19.

Taking to Instagram to open up about her experience, the actress said she is grateful to still be alive.

She says in the video ( translation) “It’s been a while since I spoke to you all but I would like to express my gratitude because I am still alive. God is merciful.”

Thembsie thanked the hospital staff for saving her life, she said they worked hard to keep her alive.

“I would like to thank the Clinton hospital staff because they worked really hard for me to still be alive today. Covid-19 almost took my life, I was in the hospital for five full weeks, sick, fighting for my life while they worked to keep me alive,

“The song that kept me alive I don’t know whether I was singing it or speaking but it’s is the song by Joyous Celebration titled ‘Ndenzel’ Uncedo’ I was saying that, asking God not to live me, “the darkness is here please don’t leave me,” she said.

 

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The actress said she is grateful to be at home, however, she has not fully recovered. She said her other hand does not work properly.

“I’m very grateful that I am still alive, breathing, and Covid free. But I’m not fully recovered yet because my hand is still not working properly.”

She said two days after she was released from the hospital, she got the news that Mr. Sho also known as Shona Ferguson had passed away.

Another popular media personality who recently opened up about the fight with COVID-19 is Jacaranda FM presenter and former Miss SA Liesl Laurie.

Liesel and her fiancé Dr. Musa Mthombeni had tested positive to COVID-19 a few weeks after their engagement.

Taking to Instagram Liesel said she was grateful to have made it out alive. She also thanked her fiance, family, and friends for their love and support.

 

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She wrote: “I am officially Covid negative and what a rollercoaster it’s been. I am so grateful to have made it out on the other side, grateful for the amazing person @drmusamthombeni grateful for loving family and amazing friends…

“Grateful that I have a wonderful job with a company that is there for you throughout @jacarandafm @jacabreakfast. Grateful for life, health, love, and all the moments in between. I will continue to live my life with the Attitude of Gratitude.”