Minnie Dlamini-Jones shared her 21-day-lockdown experience. The lockdown gave her free time has forced her to face the pain of losing her brother.

Minnie's brother Khosini Dlamini died last year in September. He had been affected by a brain aneurysm and was placed on life support when he died surrounded by family.

Minnie has since spoken only briefly about how the loss has affected her life. On Monday, she revealed that the national lockdown imposed to assist curb the spread of COVID-19 had forced her to affect the loss and every one the pain it brings.

"Having worked to distract me was the most important blessing, but you cannot run far away from your problems forever. This lockdown has given me an excessive amount of time to think, especially about losing my brother... and I am not coping."

"The pain is unbearable! i do not know what to try to to , kubuhlungu," she said