- Nandi Madida wants South Africa to have free education and employment opportunities for all
- The media personality took to social media to share her dream for the country with her followers
- Social media users engaged with Nandi Madida's tweet about wanting a better life for Mzansi
Mzansi media personality Nandi Madida is saddened by the state of affairs in South Africa. She wants free education and employment for all in the country. Nandi took to social media to share what her hopes are for Mzansi in the future and she tweeted:
"I want to see free quality education and employment in our country."
Things have been difficult in the country for a while especially with the Covid-19 pandemic. People have lost their jobs and others are struggling to get by because it's hard to find employment in the current economic climate.
Nandi believes that everyone in the country should receive quality education at no cost and that employment should come easy. The youth unemployment rate in the country especially has been alarmingly high.
Social media users reacted to Nandi's tweet and added their own two cents to what she said. Take a look at the reactions below:
"26 years into democracy we are still singing the same song , the question is what are we doing about it than talking and posting to get attention."
"Yoooh we are just studying nje but 70% of what we are studying we don’t need it for employment."
"Nevermind my dear, as long ANC leads things are under control."
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Somizi Mhlongo showed Moshe Ndiki support in his exciting new venture. Somizi Mhlongo could not be more proud of his friend Moshe Ndiki for launching his own spice range.
Being a foodie himself. We are sure Somizi cannot wait to try out the spices if he hasn’t already. Food is definitely becoming something that more and more Mzansi celebrities are dabbling in.
From J’Something to Somizi, and now Moshe, they are all having a piece of this money-making pie. Taking to social media to promote his friend’s spices, Somizi made it clear that he is really proud of Moshe for making his spice range dream a reality.
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