Bonny Immelman says she feels abandoned by her country, South Africa as  she is battling to cope for over a month now while stuck in Australia.

 

Bonny Immelman traveled to Sydney a month ago for a two-week business training course before the coronavirus pandemic struck the entire planet earth and now she is stuck in Australia.

She said right now that she feels very much concerned that her  5-year-old-son becomes infected with the virus despite the best efforts to prevent this.

“There are so many South Africans that are stranded and all of us would just like to get home to our families,” said Immelman.

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“Naturally, I am also concerned that my 5-year-old-son becomes infected with the virus despite the best efforts to prevent this. I suppose it is my motherly instinct playing havoc with my mind at times.”

“There are people who cannot afford the extended stay in Australia. People are struggling to pay for accommodation, food and medication” she revealed.

As the entire family of the lady feels very much concerned about her stay in Australia, she is asking for an assistance from the government to see for her return to the country.

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Immelman also revealed that there are also a lot of South Africans stranded in Australia, “Had the South African government given enough warning that its borders would be closed and not had the knee-jerk reaction it did have, the entire issue could have been sorted out calmly without any fuss.” she laments