Popular dancer, Bev Sibanda says her dancers are struggling to put food on the table. “As it stands, the Covid-19 pandemic has rendered us jobless and the majority of the dancers who used to provide entertainment from Monday to Sunday are jobless.

“As a group leader, I can’t forsake them now because we have been together for a while. Of course I have my savings but my hubby has been helping me a lost to pay domestic bills.

“If I get something extra, I always think of my group members who also look up to me for survival as has been always the case. I have a loyal male dancer who has been us from day one and is the one who is giving me headaches since he is need for rentals.

“I have done my best to cover for his rentals but there comes a time when the life becomes difficult for everyone.

“As for other female dancers, some are into buying and selling of perishables and I have taught them to think outside the boxes.

“There are however some who have boyfriends who have been supporting them but that is not a guarantee.

“It’s now time for everyone to do something which can bring food on the table than relying on handouts.”

“I have always been a hustler over the years and at the moment I am selling expensive hairpieces.

“It’s only that my stocks are depleted but I do expect my consignment soon since its coming from overseas,” she told H Metro.