- Mmusi Maimane posted a beautiful message on Instagram, paying tribute to his wife as they celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary
- The leader of the One South Africa movement showed off his lighter side in the post
- He remarked that when they first got married, they had no idea where their lives would take them and he is looking forward to another 15 years
Mmusi and Natalie Maimane shared an adorable post as they celebrate 15 years of marriage. The leader of the One South Africa movement showed his light-hearted side.
The post shows Mmusi with what looks like cream on his top lip, imitating a moustache, with Natalie over his shoulder with a beaming smile on her face.
He captioned the post with a heartfelt message to his wife:
"Today, I have been married to this girl for 15 years. It’s been a journey and I’m grateful to God she has been a champion through it. She the strength of our family and an incredible friend to me. We got married and never knew where the journey would take us, we are here today and now to the next 15. Ka lerato."
Instagram users were delighted with the post:
"Happy anniversary!! Hope you guys have an awesome day and phenomenal year ahead."
"Happy anniversary champ!! You and yours are forever loved, long life together."
"Happy anniversary, wishing you both a lifetime of love, joy, happiness and God's abundant blessings."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Mmusi Maimane has no chill. The former DA leader took a swipe at the ANC after Fikile Mbalula lauded the ruling party for making progress in SA.
#ANCFriday trended on Twitter and the minister of transport made a series of tweets in honour of his party.
In one of the posts, Mbalula said the ANC has come a long way over the past years. He wrote:
"We have come a long way, but the road ahead is long and challenging. If we are to succeed, we must redouble our efforts and not rest on our laurels. #ANCFriday"
The post generated quite the reaction and only one reply, in particular, caught our attention. Mmusi Maimane replied to Mbaweezy's tweet by saying if the ANC moved forward, it was in the wrong direction.
"J Cole says 'You came a long way, but you went the wrong way'."
In other news, The DA's internal problems have once again bubbled to the surface as leaders exchange a few less-than-pleasant words with each other.
On Wednesday, Federal Chair Helen Zille and MP Phumzile van Damme engaged in a war of words over Zille's tweets. It all began when once Twitter user said:
"[I] don't know how Phumzile and the rest deal with this??"
The Twitter user, @Ka_Mavuso, was referring to Helen Zille's latest tweets.
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