‘Imbewu’ production ceases for positive Covid-19 cases
e.tv has confirmed that their KZN chemical, “Imbewu: The Seed” expected to close its passages on account of a positive occasion of coronavirus.
In a declaration released by the channel they said that the crucial testing for revealed cast and gathering people is in progress.
“e.tv can certify that a positive case of Covid-19 has been recorded on the late prime weekday show Imbewu. The KZN close by creation premises have shut down and the significant testing for revealed cast and group people is in progress.
“The set will encounter significant cleaning as far as possible the threat of corrupting, as indicated by Covid-19 shows. In regards to the assurance of our capacity, cast and group’s clinical and prosperity matters, we won’t be giving the names of any affected individuals,” read the declaration.
It continued to express that the adequacy of affected laborers will be checked after some time, and recording will proceed with when it is ensured to do as, for example, set out by prosperity experts.
“All Covid-19, Level 3 shows and rules will eventually be clung to with serious controls once the fundamental cast and gathering are back on set. “Imbewu” fans can continue watching the show every weekday night at 9.30pm”, it read.
“Rhythm City” and “Shock!”, in like manner conveyed for e.tv, expected to convey creation to an end for a comparative clarification.
This brings the total number of close by manifestations to shut down to eight since the level 3 lockdown constraints were encouraged and manifestations could start again.
SABC1’s “Skeem Saam” starting late started creation again.
Various shows that were impacted is M-Net’s “The River”, SABC2’s “Muvhango”, “7de Laan” and Sesotho telenovela “Lithapo”, e.tv’s “Musicality City” and “Shock”, SABC1’s “Ages: The Legacy”.