Sizwe Dhlomo trusts youth would run SA better than current government

Sizwe Dhlomo trusts youth would run SA better than current government

- Sizwe Dhlomo from Radio 702 is definitely not afraid to speak his mind

- Responding to Cassper Nyovest's question on the youth leading Mzansi, Sizwe made it clear that anyone would do a better job than what is currently being done

- Herman Mashaba weighed in too, stating that he believes the current government would benefit from running the country together with the youth

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Radio DJ Sizwe Dhlomo had some things to say about the South African government. In his opinion, the youth could run the country far better than what the current ruling party is. Ishu!

Speaking his mind is nothing new to Sizwe. Best believe if he ain’t happy about something, he’s going to say it.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Sizwe’s outburst stemmed from a question Cassper Nyovest put forward to the people of Twitter.

Cassper asked his followers if they think young people would be able to run the country, and Sizwe jumped on it like white on rice.

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Sizwe had no chill. Loud and proud, he made it clear that he believes the youth would do a far better job than what is currently being done. He did clarify his statement by stating that he would not just vote for someone because they are young; they would obviously need to prove their worth too.

There is no point in going from bad to worse!

The People's Dialogue founder Herman Mashaba added his bit in too, agreeing with Sizwe’s statement.

The former Johannesburg mayor believes the current government would benefit from running the country together with the youth.

Mashaba’s of the opinion that the current government is filled with ‘sleeping pensioners’.

In other news, Sports, Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa has announced Masechaba Ndlovu as the new department spokesperson.

The minister says Ndlovu is a seasoned media practitioner who has advocated both truth and justice.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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