- Tito Mboweni is back to his cooking ways and he showed off his latest dish on Twitter
- The Finance Minister made a 'boerewors' stew using garlic, red and yellow peppers, onions, curry powder and the fan favourite sausage
- However, after sharing the end result with tweeps, Mboweni got roasted again online
No wonder Tito Mboweni wanted to quit Twitter a couple of months ago, tweeps are savage! The Finance Minister took to the social media platform on Thursday to show off his cooking skills.
Mboweni shared photos of his ingredients before showing Mzansi how the end result looked. The minister appeared to be proud of his dish but he ended up getting roasted again.
While there were those who applauded Mboweni's cooking skills, others once again used the opportunity to take a swipe at the minister.
In one of the posts, Mboweni revealed he cooked a 'boerewors' stew a couple of days ago. He listed all the ingredients on Twitter and shared photos of the "basic" recipe online.
He captioned the post:
"A couple of days ago. Boerewors "stew": garlic, red and yellow peppers, onions, curry powders and wors. After budget debate, now warming this up for lunch."
Take a look at the post below:
In another post Mboweni showed off the end result, captioning the post:
"This is how it all ended up. Basic but nice."
The posts generated thousands of reactions and South Africans held nothing back in the comment section. While some told Mboweni the dish looked tasty, others roasted both the minister and his cooking.
One eagle-eyed tweep even spotted a wine glass in one of the photos:
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported earlier Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize has updated South Africa on the latest Covid-19 statistics.
In a statement issued on Wednesday evening, the minister confirmed more infections:
"As of today, a cumulative total of 394 948 confirmed Covid-19 cases in South Africa have been recorded."
This included confirmation of the highest number of deaths recorded in a single day since the onset of the pandemic:
"Regrettably we report 572 new Covid-19-related deaths. This brings the cumulative number of deaths to 5 940. We convey our condolences to the loved ones of the departed and thank the healthcare workers who treated the deceased. The number of recoveries currently stands at 229 175, which translates to a recovery rate of 58%."
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