- A local Twitter user has taken to the app to poke some fun at SA's garlic-loving finance minister
- In the tweet, the man share a pic of garlic-flavoured Coca-Cola
- Tweeps were left laughing out loud at the hilarious tweet, laughing at Minister Mboweni all over again at the same time
Seems like SA just loves poking fun at our finance minister, Mr Tito Mboweni. When we aren't making fun of his dance moves and his shoes, we're laughing at his love for extra garlic in his food.
Local Twitter user, RamsByTheHorns, saw the opportunity to make fun at the minister's love for garlic with a very unique can of garlic-flavoured Coca-Cola. In a tweet that read:
"Look what I got for you Minister, @tito_mboweni. This should complete your cuisine going forward."
The funny tweet managed to get tweeps laughing and sharing all sorts of comments beneath the hilarious post. This comes after the minister previously shared pictures of himself cooking up a storm - of garlic that is.
@Flip_masta shared this hilarious meme.
While @ApostleKalonji had this to say:
"Garlic Coca-Cola can? Uncle Tito's cuisine is the best ever. I hope @NandosSA will come with something new. Challenge accepted."
Briefly.co.za also reported weddings don't always need all the bells and whistles to be beautiful. A local couple proved this to be true after they shared pictures that were taken at their simple traditional wedding this past week.
Tumi Itu took to the local feel-good Facebook page ImStaying to share pictures of the love-filled event with the group's large following. In the pictures, he and his wife are posing proudly in their traditional attire, surrounded by family. The post read:
"Got married last Saturday. What a joyful experience we had with the family. Nice and simple!! As we announced a new heroine in the family."
The post was met with thousands of likes and comments from people who congratulated the young couple on their beautiful union.
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