Tito Mboweni takes trip down memory lane, shares pics of student cards

Tito Mboweni takes trip down memory lane, shares pics of student cards

- Tito Mboweni took a stroll down memory lane by posting photos of his UK student cards online

- The finance minister gushed about the late 80s and being young

- However, his post sparked some serious shade-throwing from several social media users

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On Thursday, Tito Mboweni took to his Twitter account to share two snaps of his student cards from the late 80s when he was studying in the UK.

The minister gushed about being young in his throwback post.

His post read:

"See what I found today in my library! Student cards! Late 1980s in the UK. Wow! We were once young!"

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Take a look at the post below:

South Africans were divided on the minister of finance's tweet - some were proud of Mboweni for getting a proper education while others threw some serious shade.

Khaya Ntuli, @KhayaNtuli3, commented:

"Nice one minister. Sadly most of the political appointees execs can’t even produce that simple graduation pictures just to clear any confusion around. Their arrogance at that time is on another level."

Another tweep, @ucplegacy, added:

"Hawu, Titus... didn't know that one..."

Politician Tony Yengeni threw some major shade at Mboweni with his comment:

"In the 80's we were in prison and we were very young. I'm sure London was nicer."

Taka Tina said:

"Was apartheid real? I mean you afforded to study overseas while other black kids could hardly move an inch from their compounds."

Previously, Briefly.co.za reported Mboweni was roasted when an image of the suit worn during the 2020 Budget Speech went viral.

Many South Africans saw the funny side, but some applauded the minister for avoiding a flashy wardrobe.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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