- SA Finance Minister Tito Mboweni recently received a thorough roasting after sharing before and after pics
- In his post, the minister includes a picture of himself with a head full of hair and another where he is completely bald
- Mzansi was soon in the comment section sharing lighthearted jokes about Mboweni's hairstyle
SA Minister Tito Mboweni recently headed to Twitter to share a before and after of himself with a head full of hair and another one where he is completely bald - which gives him a shockingly different resemblance.
"Before the haircut vs after," wrote Minister Tito in his hilarious yet fun loving tweet.
As they do, South Africans were in the comment section sharing hilarious jokes and opinions on the Minister's haircut. While many spoke about his cooking others questioned why he decided to cut all his hair off.
Read a few of their interesting and hilarious comments below:
"No man! What does this mean? Are you haircutting the budget? Haircutting the bondholders? Haircutting those sweet lambs on the farm?"
"At least there is a difference unlike your cooking."
"Minister, you skipped your Idolescent stage..... Uma ungena eStagin now and ungana kabi coz ungena ngathi."
"Nice one mdala. So how do we apply for funding on farming and agriculture sir? I already have the land. Huge land."
"Nice clean look, Minister. Keep it for the Budget Speech next month."
"If you bump into urself now in ur 1st frame version you would surely pass urself without even greeting you."
In other Briefly.co.za news, The South African Minister for Transport, Fikile Mbalula has once again got dragged on Twitter. This after Minister Mbaks quoted a tweet from US President Joe Biden's speech during his inauguration to remind people that he had once used the same words in a speech years earlier as South Africa's Police minister.
'“No time with waste time” - F Mbalula, 2017,'' wrote Mbalula in the tweer.
Soon the comment section was full of criticism from South Africans who felt like Mbalula was not doing enough work to back up the loudness from his voice on Twitter. Read a few of the comments found in the comment section below:
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