- South Africa's Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni, recently headed online to share pictures of himself and Ndhuna Mageza
- According to Mboweni's post, Ndhuna Mageza is a great 108 years old and apparently very wise
- Many locals headed to the comment section where they shared their thoughts on minister Mboweni's post
South Africa's food-loving Finance Minister recently headed online to share a heartwarming post about a nice long discussion he had with a 108-year-old man who he referred to as Ndhuna Mageza. The post also had pictures of the two of them together.
According to the post, Mboweni and Ndhuna Mageza had a long talk during which the old wise man shared with Mboweni how to live a long, happy and healthy life. Mboweni also referred to the man as a "good old man."
"The grand old man, Ndhuna Mageza of eka Muhlava, over 108 years of age. He spoke me one or many things about how to live long. Good old man," wrote Mboweni.
Meanwhile, local had this to say about the post:
"He watched his weight to live long."
"Where is your mask? You were complaining about Covid-19 regulations not being followed when Malema went to Nkandla, tsamo besa tlhapi old man."
"The attire that makes you not be invited for TEA meeting!"
"With those shoes, I bet you won't reach 80 years."
"But do you have a wife minister, seems like ngathi uhlala uy1, your shoes."
"So he is the one who recommended garlic?"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's antics always seem to have Mzansi on their feet. Responses to Mboweni stepping on an insect has resulted in a lot of laughter on Twitter. Mboweni spoke about living 'harmoniously' in his farm's ecosystem.
He then claimed that something had changed on the farm as he accidentally stepped on a millipede (shongololo) in his house. The minister added that the insect doesn't normally enter his home so it was out of the ordinary. Read his full post below:
"We try to live harmoniously within our farm ecosystem. Something seems to be changing. I accidentally walked on this poor centipede [sic] inside the house! Poor thing!! They ordinarily do not enter the house."
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