- Finance Minister Tito Mboweni and Mbuyiseni Ndlozi have had their share of public battles
- However, the politicians insist that the beef isn't personal and they can still be civil
- The pair recently shared a snap together, pointing out that they don't 'fight all the time'
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni and EFF MP Mbuyiseni Ndlozi recently got together and seized the chance to prove they can get along.
The two politicians often clash on social media but apparently, it's not as personal as some would be led to believe.
Mboweni took to social media once more, this time to prove to SA and apparently EFF leader Julius Malema, that the pair weren't at constant odds with each other.
Mboweni posted a snap of the two men and captioned it:
“You see, we don't fight all the time.”
Mboweni just recently had teased Ndlozi for his choice of footwear to a wedding, despite his somewhat infamous bad taste in shoes himself.
Earlier, Ndlozi had called out Mboweni after he had complained about the sorry state of a Limpopo mission centre. Mboweni had posted pictures, commenting that:
“This used to be the thriving Shilubana Swiss Mission centre near Tzaneen. There was a hospital, a school, a cathedral and a beautiful residential space. What a sad story of affairs now.”
Ndlozi had felt that the ANC politician should be the last in line when it comes to complaining:
“You are government, you have been government as ANC for 26 years. You can’t be complaining like all of us. It is irresponsible of you to not take responsibility for you and your party’s position in the sad state of affairs across the country. Be honest."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has reached out to remind SA of the risk amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
While many are gearing up to celebrate the festive season, Mboweni's family is mourning the loss of one of their own.
Taking to social media, the Minister said that the virus had hit home for his family commenting that:
"When Covid-19 comes home, it is not a far away thing. So one of my nephews succumbed to this virus this morning. It is a terrible thing. Young fellow. Please let us look after one another."
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