- Finance Minister Tito Mboweni shared images of himself and South African musician Sho Madjozi to Twitter recently
- According to Mboweni, he hosted Madjozi and a few other people for a meal in the Magoebaskloof area recently
- Mboweni and Madjozi made sure to maintain their social distancing and wear their masks as they posed for pictures
In what seems like a very odd duo, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni and SA musician Sho Madjozi spent some time together. According to Mboweni's tweet, he hosted Madjozi and a few other people in the Magoebaskloof area.
Madjozi and Mboweni made sure to keep their distance and wear their masks as they posed for quite a few pictures together. The odd duo has made waves on Twitter as many tweeps did not expect to see the two of them together.
Mboweni didn't share too much information on how long he spent with Madjozi, he just shared the images and allowed tweeps to guess.
Here are some of the responses from Saffa tweeps:
"At least the garlic had a break."
"Lovely environment Minister, great ambience for good and empowering conversations."
"It's dinner with Sho."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the minister dining with the EFF's Floyd Shivambu. Mboweni recently shared a picture of himself and Governor Kganyago having what he explained to be a small dinner at an unknown restaurant.
In his post, he then goes on to explain that Shivambu decided to gatecrash the little gathering. Watching an EFF leader and an ANC leader dine together is certainly not a sight South Africans get to see every day, especially since both parties have enough beef to open a well-sized butchery. Even more surprising is that Mboweni called Shivambu a "good young man."
"After a long but therapeutic drive from Cape Town to Johannesburg, a smallanyana dinner with Governor Kganyago. Then @FloydShivambu just invades us! Eish!! These young people! Nice convo though. Good young man," he wrote in his Twitter post.
Taken-aback Twitter users quickly headed to the comment section. A lot of them questioned Mboweni on his decision to describe Shivambu as a "good man" while others criticised the political leaders for current problems the country is facing.
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