Tunatazama - Community Monitors

Covid force people to go back to their roots.

Steven Ramokhula

Ikemeleng Kroondal

Rustenburg local municipality

26 March 2021

During the olden days, people used cloth nappies on their kids. As technology grows, so did people’s way of living. They turned to ways that save them time. They turned to use disposable nappies. This type of nappies is very costly, especially when 1 is unemployed.

Over the years we haven’t seen those cloth nappies until recently. Covid 19 has had a negative impact on many people’s lives. Many lost their jobs due to covid. Now they return to the olden way of living. They are now looking for all ways to live a life that is not costly. They have now started off by using un-exposable nappies.

Un-exposable nappies are very cheap, convenient and healthy when well taken care of. They save money and teach people hygiene living in a clean environment. Disposable nappies make people lazy and they throw them just about anywhere.