Makhosi Khoza recently came out in support of the changes the ANC has made, saying that if it continues she might consider rejoining the party. Khoza had very publicly criticised the ANC for not doing enough to curb corruption, so Mzansi naturally had a lot to say about her sudden change of heart.
Mzansi found it quite amusing that Makhosi Khoza would consider returning to the ANC following her departure from the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse.
Many felt that Khoza was making a habit of jumping ship from one party to another with many speculating that the move would be motivated by her finances.
Thapelo Machaka extended an invitation for her to join the ranks of the Economic Freedom Fighters instead.
Modupi Sekhomyane noted that Khoza was becoming 'nomadic' in her career choices, while Kgomotso Thutlwane commenting that the move would be 'greedy and opportunist'.
The backlash on social media platform, Twitter, was just as unforgiving, with the majority criticizing Khoza for what they felt were bad decisions.
Nyiko Ngobeni felt that leaving the ANC to form her own political party had been a premature and ill-conceived move.
Vuyo Landu felt that the constant movement from one entity to the next left him feeling confused.
All in all, it seems as if Mzansi would take Khoza a lot more seriously if she committed to a movement she identified with and stuck with it.
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