Linda Mtoba on the difference between black tax and responsibilities

Linda Mtoba on the difference between black tax and responsibilities

- Linda Mtoba shared her opinion on the issue of black tax in Mzansi

- It's something that affects many South Africans, and it can be a heavy burden

- The actress doesn't feel it's fair that black tax is keeping people from living the lives they work so hard to have

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The burden of black tax is a real thing and while most people just do their part and keep quiet about it, sometimes it gets addressed.

Popular actress, Linda Mtoba, used her Twitter account to talk about black tax and how it's affecting South Africans.

She feels that there's a difference between black tax and responsibilities and that black tax is preventing people from living their best lives.

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The expectant mommy isn't one to keep quiet about matters that she feels are important or worth discussing, and she shared her opinion on the black tax issue quite clearly.

It's clear from her comments that Linda doesn't feel the whole thing is very fair. Take a look at the series of tweets she shared to discuss how she sees things.

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About a month ago, Briefly.co.za reported on a woman, identified as Lindiwe Maleka, who inspired South Africans with the amazing gesture she made towards her parents.

The entrepreneur took to social media on Tuesday to post a couple of photos of a house. She revealed that she had bought the plot of land and secretly built a home for her parents.

The big reveal came on her dad's birthday when she handed them the keys to the house. While acts like these are so heart-warming, not everyone can afford to do them for their families.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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