- Today the 16th March, South Africa's finance minister celebrates his very special birthday
- Over the last few years, Mzansi has come to know Mboweni for his hilarious Twitter posts that always keeps us very entertained
- To celebrate the fun-loving minister's birthday, Briefly.co.za shares 3 of his funniest internet moments
Today is a very special day for South Africa's Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni. Over the last couple of years the minister has kept us very entertained with his hilarious posts which are either about what's on his plate or what he's been up to. To celebrate the special occasion, Briefly.co.za has compiled three of his funniest moments.
That one time we were were left lauging when South African Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni is once again causing a ruckus on Twitter. This after he posted a picture of his younger self on to Twitter. The old picture was accompanied by a long inspirational message about his fights against the apartheid struggle.
Another time he left us howling was when the Finance Minister's worn-out old shoes often got Mzansi buzzing throughout the course of the past year. The politician's questionable kicks got Lesego Semenya calling for someone to put a new pair of their shopping list for the Minister's Christmas gift.
And how can we forget the time when Twitter users have taken on Finance Minister Tito Mboweni. Mboweni has been blowing Twitter up with his cooking escapades, so what's more fitting than to photoshop him as a chef?
The image depicts Mboweni in a chef's uniform complete with a hat and his latest dish of mopane worms in hand. Mboweni shared the image to his personal Twitter account, asking who had edited the image.
Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Minister Tito Mboweni can never catch a break from his growing list of Twitter trolls but that does not seem to stop him from posting on his page very frequently.
Heading online, the minister shared pictures of his growing chicken farm. In the caption of his post, the finance minister proudly boasts about how well he has been growing his farm. He also shared some snaps of the chickens roaming in the coop that he built for them.
"The chicken farming is moving on! They are growing!" he wrote proudly in the caption of the post.
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