- Another week has come to an end and South Africans have not forgotten about #VoetsekANC Fridays
- As they do, many South Africans have taken to Twitter to push tweets that have helped the popular hashtag trend
- Many people also listed many of the problems they have with the party, some old and some new
As the long week comes to an abrupt end, many South Africans have made it increasingly clear that they have not forgotten about the popular hashtag that was born many years ago - #VoetsekANC.
Many of them have made it a personal mission to make the hashtag trend every Friday so that the country, and most importantly the ruling party, ANC, does not forget that many of South African citizens are fed up with the state of the nation.
Using the hashtag to express their woes, locals have in numbers to get #VoetsekANC trending early this morning. Briefly.co.za has compiled a few of the most interesting tweets made by fed up Mzansians.
Read a few of them below:
"This is the attitudes of the cadres. From Cyril at the top right down to Carl Niehouse at the bottom. A bunch of selfish, arrogant, hateful, spiteful, arrogant, arrogant, thieving, disgusting, arrogant criminals! #VoetsekANC #FokofANC #RemoveANCfromPower"
"Attention: @MYANC#VoetsekANC Friday is upon us. Please use this time to sit and be ashamed. Be ashamed of the disgusting and disgraceful conduct of the ANC party. Be ashamed at the extent of greed, theft, incompetence and general scumbagness. Be very ashamed, and then voetsek."
"So @CyrilRamaphosa's CORRUPT INCOMPETENT SCUM @MYANC cadres are foaming at the mouth! Luxury car dealerships, jewelry stores, and estate agents are fully stocked and ready for the ANC20-VIRUS RUSH! #VoetsekANC "
In other Briefly.co.za political news, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni shared his thoughts about handing ministers' numbers out through a post on Twitter. Mboweni believes that giving numbers out is how corruption starts and said he refuses to do so.
The minister went on to say that he informs individuals requesting numbers to contact the relevant offices where the calls are recorded and processed. Mboweni struck a nerve with many South Africans.
His replies section had tons of questions and opinions regarding corruption within the government.
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