Bonang Matheba on African mothers reaction to anti-spanking ruling

Bonang Matheba on African mothers reaction to anti-spanking ruling

- Queen B isn't fooled bu the new Con Court anti-spanking ruling

- Growing up as a child in Mzansi, B knows what African mothers are all about

-If the Con Court really thinks African mothers are going to obey this ruling, they have another thing coming

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Bonang Matheba took to social media to shed some truth on the new law which prohibits parents from spanking their children.

It is not easy to break barriers as a South African female celebrity, but that has never stopped Queen B from climbing levels and making an internationally known name for herself.

Briefly.co.za knows what a stir the Constitutional Court caused on Wednesday when it ruled that parents using corporal punishment in the home will find themselves on the wrong side of the law.

Growing up as a black child in Mzansi, Bonang knows what African mothers are like. The minute you heard “Yeeyyiii” or “Ngizokshaya” come out of your mother's mouth you knew you were about to get it.

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Taking to social media following the Con Court ruling, Queen B expressed a hilarious but true piece of information. If you think African mothers are going to obey this ruling, you thought wrong.

Bonang’s followers took to the comment section to air their views on the matter. It seems like it’s only the Con Court who’s for the ruling because the people of Mzansi aren’t.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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