Sophie Lichaba opens up about the impact the Covid-19 pandemic has had on her businesses
Like many others in Mzansi, Sophie Lichaba has been hit hard by the Covid-19 outbreak which has brought her businesses to a standstill. Besides being one of the most popular actresses in Mzansi, Sophie Lichaba is also a successful businesswoman with an events company and restaurants.
Talking on Afternoon Express as of late, Sophie uncovered that the Covid-19 pandemic has carried all her principle organizations to an end. As a representative, occasions have stopped in any case. My better half and I, as you most likely are aware, own cafés and chesa nyamas, that must be sliced to a complete halt.
She said that shooting had likewise halted on dramatization arrangement, and said that contents should be modified later on to oblige physical removing and other wellbeing safeguards on set. In spite of this, the star is capitalizing on her time at home and said she is concentrating on reconnecting with herself. The star has recently disclosed to TshisaLIVE that her occasions business was affected by the whirling gossipy tidbits around her wellbeing, including a few bogus reports that she had passed on.
“I am human, obviously it influenced me. It influenced me since I didn’t see it coming. I didn’t see the open coming. I didn’t see myself losing so much weight. There was many injuries after injury. You should recall that I am not only an on-screen character, I have organizations … People who once confided in you with R10m or R5m for their undertakings, when they hear you are biting the dust, for what reason would they even give you an agreement? It was the test of losing a great deal.”
Sophie hit back at Sunday World cases a year ago that she was more than R80,000 falling behind financially on her bond by reporting that she was revamping a hotspot in the Vaal and changing over it into a chesa nyama and relax.