- Thandiswa Mazwai took to social media to drag the ANC government and talk about democracy
- The Zabalaza hitmaker is unimpressed with the current government and labelled them as oppressors
- Thandiswa is very frustrated with how the government is handling matters during the pandemic
Mzansi singer Thandiswa Mazwai is very outspoken and has taken to social media to slam the ANC. Thandiswa believes that the ANC hasn't been doing enough for the black people in South Africa as she hoped they would.
"What a shame for the suffering masses who thought a black government would bring liberation from the shackles of colonisation and apartheid. Sies ANC!" said Thandiswa.
The singer started her statement off by saying that South Africans are disheartened because of "thieves" who have no conscience. She then spoke about her very popular song, Zabalaza, and why she wrote it.
"I wrote the song Zabalaza in 2003! Ten years into our new democracy. Even then it was clear nothing had or would change except the colour of our oppressors," she said.
She then said that the ANC is a fallacy and that the party cannot be followed because it is leading people into a life of difficulty. She tweeted:
"ANC leadership is a fallacy. You cannot follow the lead of that ship! It’s taking you deeper into despair!"
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Isono actress Rami Chuene dragged Minister Nathi Mthethwa. 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.
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