- Julius Malema came for Herman Mashaba on social media asking him for the pictures of his heritage day events because he wanted to "see something"
- The spicy tweet might suggest that Herman is not too concerned about the heritage of South Africans
- Tweeps came at Julius for his post with some even saying he should be worried about the 2021 elections
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The EFF's Julius Malema came for ActionSA's Herman Mashaba yesterday on social media. Julius asked where he could get the pictures of Mashaba's heritage events.
Juju said on social media: "Where can I get the pictures of @HermanMashaba’s heritage day events, just want to check something?"
This spicy tweet from Julius Malema could suggest that he believes that Herman Mashaba and his political party do not care much about the heritage of South Africans.
Social media users came at Julius for his tweet to the former mayor of Johannesburg.
@RealX72660410 replied: "Where can I get the pictures of @Julius_S_Malema's stand against human trafficking or supporting #PutSouthAfricanFirst campaign?"
@KnowMashaba responded: "Ladies and gentlemen this is not an INNOCENT question. This is a start of a series of ATTACKS. This is a good thing because it means we are pressing the right buttons."
@BornSinner95 commented: "At least Herman Mashaba cares about South African citizens unlike someone who cares the most for foreign nationals!!!"
@mangopejob said: "You're starting to feel competition, it is going to be hard, 2021 elections."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that over 600 000 South Africans have recovered after beating COVID-19. Positive news surrounding Covid-19 is rare but South Africa can give itself a collective pat on the back after reports indicate that over 600 000 citizens have recovered from the virus. Minister Zweli Mkhize confirmed that 601,818 people have successfully recovered after contracting the disease.
Briefly.co.za learned that since the figures were reported on Friday a further 2 600 people have recovered. The trend is moving in the right direction as Mkhize reported that only 969 new cases were confirmed. This means that for the past 68 days the number of new cases has been in decline since the virus was at its peak in July.
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