- Finance Minister and avid social media user Tito Mboweni took to Twitter this week to share snaps from a recent visit to Tzaneen, Limpopo
- The politician proudly displayed his choice of meal: a very brown onion soup
- Mzansi Twitter users definitely love roasting the playful minister and couldn't help sharing their thoughts on his choice of food
Adorable Finance Minister Tito Mboweni just can't seem to catch a break on social media. The politician is definitely known for getting a generous roasting from his Twitter followers who seem to find fault with many of his day-to-day activities.
This week the politician took to Twitter to share snaps from his recent visit to beautiful Tzaneen, Limpopo. From the pics it's clear the minister enjoyed his serving of delicious brown onion soup with a side of warm steam bread.
He captioned the post:
"Lunch today. French onion soup and farm baked bread @MountainCafe. Makgobaskloof. Nice, favourite table. May 2, 2021. @golimpopo. @TzaneenV"
Mzansi was not as impressed by the slushy brown liquid and took to the comments section to share their thoughts on the minister's food. Read some of their comments below:
"It looks like we gonna have to hold a meeting with the honourable chef after that meal"
"Yhoo, looks like dirty dishwater. Guess they're trying to pass it off as 'rustic'?"
"People are hungry Wena o busy o posta dijo"
"So instead of planning to source funds to repay horrible national debt, you resort to advertising your COMPANY?"
"I passed there again today, what a beautiful day you had in Tzaneen."
"Here's a Coca-Cola to complete the meal. Sewage."
"All I see is oil. Minister, you need to start taking care of your health."
"O ja vaccine moss"
"The bread looks like something I can eat, but the brown liquid?"
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni seemingly never gets enough roasting from his followers who jump on every opportunity they get to either laugh at or criticise the fun-loving and good-natured minister.
He once again headed to Twitter where he shared a snap of his growing poultry farm which judging by his caption, he is extremely proud of. And by the looks of the big chickens, he definitely has a reason to be proud.
"Just another beautiful day in Afrika," he captioned snaps of the running chickens.
Mzansi loves the opportunity to roast the garlic-loving minister and were soon in the comment section doing exactly that. Read a few of their comments below:
"Do you feed your own livestock or do you rely on someone else that you maybe pay R30/day??"
"At least this chicken isn't headless."
"Poor chicken has no idea that it's gonna be tonight's dinner."
"Suits you... look at the chickens whilst you can & hope like hell the HAWKS do not access the Bank for International settlement system at SARB or elsewhere as they can. You will be looking at BARS and the only wild life will be RATS not free-range chickens"
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