- During the 2021 State Of the Nation Address Debate, acting minister in the presidency and Small Businesses Minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni called Julius Malema an empty vessel
- A clip of the young lady comparing Malema to an empty vessel that makes the loudest noise has been making its rounds online
- Many South Africans have since shared their thoughts on her words in the comment section
Acting minister in the presidency and Small BusinessesMinister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni recently called Julius Malema "an empty vessel that makes the most noise" while speaking at the State of the Nation Address debate.
Not too long after she made the very controversial statement, clips of her saying it was shared online by South Africans who either agreed with her sentiments whole-heartedly or disagreed strongly.
Briefly.co.za takes a look at some of the comments that have been made by many South Africans regarding Ntshavheni and her thoughts about Malema online. Read a few of the various interesting comments below:
"I could listen to her forever!"
"This administration remains incompetent, if that's the answer to what Ramaphosa has done for the majority of SA black people, then I give up."
"I really had high hopes for Khumbudzo Ntshavheni. But same old same old as her seniors in ANC."
"She is busy addressing wrong people while small businesses needs her attention & waiting for her"
"I like her."
"She is made of sterner stuff."
"Wow on point indeed, this is tops."
Briefly.co.za also reported that Julius Malema, leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters replied to President Cyril Ramaphosa's State of the Nation Address and called him incompetent, incapacitated and unreliable.
Malema did not mince his words or hold back as he criticised the president on a number of issues. He said the only thing Ramaphosa had accomplished in his three years in office was to remove the Gupta family and replace them with white capitalists.
Malema named the Ruperts, Oppenheimers, Steven Koshoff, the Mennels and all other white people who played a part in Ramaphosa's election. He was very critical of Ramaphosa's association with wealthy white people.
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