- Tobeka Madiba Zuma celebrated the Springboks' win over the weekend
- The former first lady applauded the team and coach Rassie Erasmus
- Msholozi's wifey also honoured Siya Kolisi for leading the Boks to victory
Tobeka Madiba Zuma joined the country in celebrating the Springboks winning the 2019 Rugby World Cup on Saturday.
Zuma's wifey gushed about the team, great coach and the inspiring Siya Kolisi - who came from humble beginnings and ended up leading the Springboks to victory against England in the final #RWC2019 match.
The former first lady captioned the post:
"How great thou art. God was in control. His life @siya_kolisi_the_bear is a true inspiration of humble beginnings. The @bokrugby has done it again and we are so proud. Well done for snatching the #rugbyworldcupfinal2019 led of course for the first time by our first black captain. Thank you, coach, for delivering this one."
Tobeka might be celebrating the Boks' win but her husband's daughter, Duduzile, is not. Briefly.co.za reported on Monday that uBaba's daughter slammed trolls who created memes about her dad being the only democratic president to not hoist the Webb Ellis Cup.
Duduzile told "blacks" who dissed Zuma to go face their "racist baas".
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