"He must worry about that wall and mind his own business" this was pretty much South Africa's response to US President Donald Trump's investigation into land reform. Mzansi was not too thrilled to hear Trump was meddling in affairs that ( in the majority's opinion) had nothing to do with him in the first place.
US President Donald Trump recently sent a delegation of American officials to South Africa to investigate land expropriation without compensation.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that the delegation had called for transparency in the process, so as not to scare off potential investors.
However, South Africans were not impressed that Trump felt he had the right to interfere in the country's affairs.
Tshepo Motene felt that Trump should spare his attention for his own problems back home:
"He must just focus on his impeachment. Preparing to face the wrath of the law.. And his corrupt allegations!! He doesn't know nothing about our history, these criminals stole our land from our forefathers, and killed them, if he knew he would just kept quiet!!"
G Man Nyoni responded to the news by issuing some presidential orders of his own in order to give Trump a taste of his own medicine:
"I'm sending my delegates about his border wall tomorrow. I will impose sanctions against Trump."
Thembinkosi Nhonho Mgidi also felt that the news had called for an investigation of it's own, South African style:
"We are going to send people(sangomas) to investigate his Orange skin condition."
Nelokuhle Livi Mkhatshwa agreed with fellow social media users that Trump's attention should be turned to his own problems:
"Trump leave South Africa for the South Africans. You're not the president of the world, you were elected to mind about United States of America, not the African continent, you ancient president."
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