- Well known news anchor and commentator Redi Tlhabi has shared her views on the famous ANC veteran Tokyo Sexwale
- Tlhabi has taken to social media to post a video of a man playing the piano and suggesting she would like to remember Sexwale in that fashion
- Social media users have expressed their views on the clip posted by Tlhabi on the former Gauteng Premier, Sexwale
South African award-winning news anchor Redi Tlhabi has shared a video of how she wants to remember African National Congress veteran Tokyo Sexwale.
Sexwale is making headlines recently after saying there is money that was allegedly stolen from WSB Heritage Fund.
The former Gauteng Premier addressed the media on Thursday in Midrand where he said the funds were meant to assist poor students with free education and fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Following his claims, the South African Reserve Bank has since described his claims allegations as unfounded while calling them a scam. Said Tlhabi on her Twitter timeline.
“Mina I want to remember Tokyo like this. Qha! With the Touch! Listen to that sound!.”
“I thought we were going to be there asking questions since you were so vocal about scams and the untruth Tokyo is telling.”
“Love how the book on psychology is turned to face the camera.”
“The OG of amapiano. The man has always been ahead of his time.”
“True. I saw Mr Sexwale talk at Chris Hani's funeral. What a time. I wish he'd just call it a day.”
“I'm hurt about this whole saga of Tokyo because he was one of my favorite politicians who was bold in my eyes and with good struggle history. Something is not right with him. He looks hypnotized honestly by this Heritage Fund thing.”
Meanwhile, Briefly News reported South African journalist Redi Tlhabi had roasted Duduzane Zuma on Twitter.
This comes after the former president Jacob Zuma's son appeared on a local news channel for an interview. A Twitter user called out journalists with regard to the interview.
Someone then responded saying that Redi would have done a better job of interviewing Duduzane.
Redi was not having this suggestion and said she would never agree to interview Duduzane nor would she sign off on it if she were an editor.
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