- The EFF's Julius Malema recently celebrated his single mom on Mother's Day by sharing a heartfelt post
- The post included a snap of Malema's wife, mom, and other special women in his life
- Many of Malema's followers headed to the comment section where they helped him wish the special ladies a happy Mother's Day
The Economic Freedom Fighter's Julius Malema recently joined the world in wishing their special ladies a Happy Mother's Day. In heartwarming posts online, the EFF leader wished his wife Mantwa Matlala and his mom, a single mother a wonderful day.
"I will like to wish all our beautiful Mothers a Happy Mother's Day, more especially single Moms. I know what a mother's genuine love can do to a hopeless child.
"I am a beneficiary of such devotion. Love your mothers and show them love all the time, and not only today," he wrote in the heartwarming post.
His followers had this to say:
"I just love how Pro family you are Julius"
Rrago Oatile Manale said:
"Thank you Juju, my leader! I was raised by my mom while my pedi father was busy with another woman. But today I'm a grown-up man without my mother coz death robbed her her. Let's honor our mothers even when they are no longer!"
Phindile Khumalo said:
"Wow, happy belated Mother's Day. What a beautiful lady"
In similar heartwarming Briefly News, in commemoration of Mother's Day, Muvhango will host a series of media engagements with the youth for the whole month of May.
The engagements involve Vho Mme Vha Muvhango including Vho-Mukhondeli, played by Elsie Rasalanavho, Vho-Hangwana played by Connie Sibiya, Vho-Makhadzi played by Eunice Mabeta and Vho-Masindi played by Dr. Regina Nesengani talking to the youth of the country on burning issues including femicide, unemployment, bullying, and suicide.
"The negative consequences of unemployment for well-being have been well documented. Being unemployed is very unpleasant and can cause boredom, loneliness, uncertainty about the future, concerns about financial matters, emptiness, and conflict ills. Also, stress, loss of income, and isolation all can exacerbate the risk of violence for women. I want to address these issues."
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Source: Briefly News