- Mzansi actress Rami Chuene is not happy with Minister of Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa
- Rami dragged the Minister for having fun on a swing whilst artists are struggling to hold things down
- Social media users engaged with Rami and others were not happy with Mthethwa as well for his actions
Actress Rami Chuene has had enough of Minister Nathi Mthethwa. Taking to social media, Rami posted a picture of the minister on a swing and was very frustrated with him. She captioned her post:
"Money has been embezzled, there’s been mismanagement of funds and there’s a shortfall that was caused by the overallocation by the NAC mara Minister wa rena a šo, o nametše mozwinki (But our minister is sitting on a swing)."
Rami, along with other artists in Mzansi are frustrated with Minister Nathi Mthethwa because money has been mismanaged by the National Arts Council.
Back in March, Mthethwa announced that R300 million had been mismanaged and gone missing. That money was meant to help artists who have been struggling to keep things afloat during the Covid-19 pandemic.
See the reactions to Rami's post below. Many in Mzansi were equally unimpressed:
"You might discover that a tender was issued for a person to push him from behind."
"Mozwinki is the latest sporting code to be launched in South Africa."
"He also got a cut. We will find out after another 9 wasted years. Strue I tell you Ausi Rami."
"They even need therapy for their spending habits."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Thembisa Mdoda-Nxumalo wants Minister Nathi Mthethwa arrested.
Mzansi television personality and actress Thembisa Mdoda-Nxumalo is the latest celebrity who has expressed her disappointment in the Minister of Arts and Culture, Nathi Mthethwa.
Taking to social media, Thembisa tweeted that she wants the minister to be held accountable.
"Then he must resign and hand himself over to the police," she said.
Mzansi performers and artists are not happy with the actions of the National Arts Council. Money was allocated to artists to provide relief from the Covid-19 pandemic but it has been revealed that nobody has received a cent yet.
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