Mzansi has nominated Thuli Madonsela as the deputy-president of South Africa after David Mabuza postponed being sworn in as the second-in-command on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, Briefly.co.za reported that Deputy-President David Mabuza will not be sworn in along with the rest of Parliament. The office of the Presidency released a statement explaining that Mabuza will be awaiting the outcome of the ANC Intergrity Commission's investigation.
This led to Mzansi coming up with suggestions on who they preferred to be the next deputy-head of the country and one name repeatedly came up - Thuli Madonsela.
The former public protector, whose is behind the state capture inquiry, trended on social media on Thursday and South Africans tweeted their support for her as the deputy-president.
However, the likelihood of Madonsela being named the new deputy-president is slim. According to TimesLIVE, the president has to pick his deputy out of the current members of the National Assembly.
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