The Bushiri's flee SA and Mzansi reacts: "Gone, gone, gone, gone."

The Bushiri's flee SA and Mzansi reacts: "Gone, gone, gone, gone."

- The Bushiri's have flown the coup and South Africa is not the least bit surprised

- Mzansi is not angry but disappointed at the justice system which has been embarrassed by this scandal

- Social media users have flooded online platforms with their reactions to the news that Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his wife, Mary have pulled a fast one

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A lot of South Africans are reading the news that the Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary have fled Mzansi for their home country of Malawi and saying, "I told you so."

Mzansi has taken to social media to share their reactions of shock, disbelief and resignation that the Bushiri's have made the South African justice system look like a joke.

The Bushiri's fled SA claiming that their lives were in danger and wanted South Africa to agree to certain conditions in order for them to return.

Aaron Motsoaledi being drawn over the coals after Bushiri escape

The Bushiri's have fled SA and Mzansi is not surprised.

The Bushiri's flee SA social media users have taken to the internet to say, "I told you so." Photo credit: Instagram/prophetess_mary_b
Source: Instagram

A lot of criticism has been heaped on the justice system for granting the Bushiri's bail. The state had argued that the couple posed a high risk of flight with the resources at their disposal.

There was plenty of evidence that the couple had interests in Malawi, they had shipped their luxury cars there already.

Here are some reactions to the news of Bushiri's flight from Mzansi:

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his wife, Mary have pulled a fast one and fled Mzansi for Malawi and left South Africa gobsmacked.

The pair had paid R200 000 in bail, the couple were granted their freedom on condition that they did not travel outside of South Africa, in fact, they were limited to only travelling in Gauteng and the North West province.

Bushiri: Malawi government waiting for formal extradition request from SA

Questions have been raised as to how the couple left SA and entered Malawi, seeing that their travel documents were confiscated as part of their bail conditions while the trial was in process.

In other news, Ace Magashule handed himself over to the Hawks this morning, where he was placed under arrest as his supporters gathered outside to show their loyalty to the top ANC official.

The ANC Secretary-General was processed before heading to the Bloemfontein Magistrate's Court to be formally charged.

Magashule is now facing multiple charges including fraud, corruption and money laundering.

He has been released on R200 000 bail after appearing in court for the first time on Friday.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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