- South African social media users recently took to Twitter to remind everyone that #VoetsekANC is still a thing
- Using the hashtag, many of them highlighted the ongoing problematic issues South Africans are currently still facing in the country
- Many of them also proceeded to dub the day "VoetsekANC Friday", sharing memes and gifs online
Fed-up South Africans refuse to be silenced or ignored. After years of complaining and demanding change, a very controversial hashtag was born - #VoetsekANC. The point is to describe exactly how fed-up many South Africans feel about the country's current ruling party and all its leaders.
This morning, tweets using the hashtag once again flared up, shared by South African Twitter users who want to remind the government that they are still very much upset. Many of them have also declared today 'VoetsekANC Friday'.
On this 'VoetsekANC Friday', Saffas shared articles, stories and information pertaining to a number of ongoing ANC scandals using the hashtag. A lot of them also shared memes and gifs to describe the extent of their unhappiness with the African National Congress.
See a few of their tweets below.
"South Africa citizens, wake up and it's time for change in our beloved country! ANC government have FAILED us ALL! Enough is enough! Unite as SA PATRIOTS#VoetsekANC #VoetsekEFF"
"Good morning tweeps! Let’s not lose momentum! #VoetsekANC #VoetsekANC #VoetsekANC"
"Good morning ladies & gentlemen. Have a blessed #VoetsekANC & #VoetsekEFF Friday."
In similar Briefly.co.za political news, Duduzane Zuma is on a mission to become the next president of South Africa and has vowed to "crush" those who would dare stand on his way to the highest office.
In a candid wide-ranging interview with Briefly.co.za, the well-spoken former president Jacob Zuma's son, said he would not fold his arms while the "vultures" devoured the state. "Elect me, I'll stop them," he vowed.
Asked who were the "vultures", he responded by simply saying, "You know them," before bursting out in laughter. Asked who were the "vultures", he responded by simply saying, "You know them," before bursting out in laughter.
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