- Julius Malema and his wife Mantwa Matlala recently wowed Mzansi with snaps of them all dressed up in their wedding best
- EFF MP Mbuyiseni Ndlozi also attended the celebrations and posed for pics with his leader
- Minister Fikile Mbalula wanted to know when Ndlozi himself intends to tie the knot
Whether your political views align with Julius Malema's or not there's no denying that the Red Beret boss looks good in a suit.
The Economic Freedom Fighters leader posted a snap of himself and his wife, Mantwa Matalala at a wedding recently, captioning the post simply:
People were blown away by the moment, with thousands making the post go viral. Take a look at just a few of the responses to the couple's snap:
@pat_pound: "So presidential, So Gracious and So Easy... Africa is happy for 1ne true Son of the Soil who occupies the space the elders alive today denied."
@DreamerSib: "So being beautiful and quiet and being by husband side makes a good wife."
@Tbose01: "When I saw this post I remembered the advice that my grandfather told me at my uncle's wedding while we were sitting next to each other next to the music band, the volume was loud I couldn't hear him."
@Grace_Molakeng: "I love Julius Malema's wife she lives a quiet life, she is extremely beautiful and is always by her husband's side."
@LedimoSeloyi: "First lady is always on point. Letsibile go kgetha papa Rati."
EFF MP Mbuyiseni Ndlozi also attended and looked his best despite the apparent lack of a plus one.
In response to his post Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula wanted to know when he would tie the knot:
"When are you getting married doctor?"
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema has responded to the mounting calls for a debate with Duduzane Zuma.
The Red Berets boss went viral after posting a spicy comeback aimed at the ex-president's son. Malema took to social media to hint that such a debate would be beneath him, commenting that:
"Ratanang is ready to debate him, I debated his father."
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