‘Bathong Papa’: Tito Mboweni Tries to Up His Pilchards Game

‘Bathong Papa’: Tito Mboweni Tries to Up His Pilchards Game

- Fun-loving Minister Tito Mboweni this week took to sharing his cooking endevouers

- The politician shared that he's learning to prepare Pilchards tinned fish just a little better

- Mzansi definitely loves to poke fun at the Minister and took to the comments section to share their hilarious thoughts

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Finance Minister Tito Mboweni is definitely proving you're never too old to keep improving yourself. The adorable politician is known for his social media antics and recently took to Twitter to share snaps from a recent cooking experience.

‘Bathong Papa’: Tito Mboweni Tries to Up His Pilchards Game
Tinned fish is on the menu at this Minister's residence. Images: Getty Images, @tito_mboweni/Twitter
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It appears Mboweni is learning to prepare tinned fish just a little better. The local delicacy is popular amongst South Africans so we're sure the Minister felt it necessary to brush up on his Pilchards cooking skills, especially when preparing for guests.

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Mboweni captioned his post:

"Skills development. Learning how prepare @pilchards better. Thank you."

Twitter users just love to poke fun at the jolly Minister but most shared some solid cooking advice. Check out some of their comments below:

@bongani_bem:

"Should be eaten with rice. Though I am lately allergic to anything tinned"

@Nwabisa_1:

"I was there last week"

@Carolinerathabe:

"Bathong papa na le ja ditamati di phela"

@LesegoKat:

"Am I the only one who thinks Pilchards shouldn't be mixed with anything especially di beans..."

@KayMahlatsi:

"That baked beans combo throws me off! The sweetness.Love mine with onions only tbh"

@Ndivhuw94802369:

"If it happens I had an invite to visit you, the first thing I’ll do is to search your cupboards for those pilchards and throw them away"

@kevan_logic:

"Minister of pilchards and garlic. Side hussle , minister of finance in SA."

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Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported fun-loving Minister Tito Mboweni recently headed to Twitter to share some photos of his spicy mopane stew and pap dish that left his forehead sweaty and his ears ringing.

He also shared a snap of himself looking all sorts of bothered after eating the hot stew.

"Too many chillies in the masonja mix. From our garden! Too hot!! Lesson learned," he hilariously captioned the array of photographs.

Minister Tito Mboweni seemingly never learns his lesson about preparing overly spicy food and then sharing the results with his followers, who almost always show him zero mercy but instead laugh at or criticise him.

Mzansi had this to say:

@Fikz_the_Cook said:

"Awusemuhle Minister uyi Chipi."

@_xidumu said:

"What is wrong with eating mopani worms, I don't think it affects his ability as a minister of finance. Unless you know something we don't know."

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@SirPonkie said:

"Maybe he should tweet more about his 'abilities' and work than this crap."

@PypDuiwel asked:

"How is this guy in charge of our money?"

@brandon_theog said:

"See... like it when you tweet your masonja, not when you are pretending to give a damn about the common South Africans, no politician does. Ya'll all just securing your bags, am I lying?"

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