Sho Madjozi lays down the cold hard truth about Mzansi’s leaders

- Sho gave the people what our president failed to: truth

- In a series of tweets, Sho gave her view on the social crisis that Mzansi is currently facing

- The people of Mzansi are not protected by their leaders

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Sho Madjozi had her say about the social epidemic that Mzansi is currently facing; she gave the people what they were expecting from Ramaphosa.

With all that has been going on in Mzansi the past few days, the people were crying out for our president to speak words of hope, but Ramaphosa failed to do so.

Briefly.co.za knows what an incredible young woman Sho is. Not only is she extremely talented and 110% proud to be African, she is level-headed.

Sho took to social media with a series of posts that resonated with the people of not only Mzansi, but Africa as a whole. She laid down the cold hard reality and said it as it is.

Touching on the horrific xenophobic attacks, Sho put the blame on poor governance. Sho believes that people favour bad leaders so that they have someone to blame when ‘ish hits the fan.

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The current horrific situation in Johannesburg’s CBD cannot be overlooked, nor can the reason it started. Sho explained that the sole blame for the crime, unemployment and struggles in Mzansi cannot be put on foreign nationals, but they also cannot be excluded from it all.

Sho knows first-hand what it feels like to be excluded, oppressedand undermined. Not only is she a female in Mzansi, she also comes from other roots.

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Mzansi is in great need of a good leader, a person who speaks the hard truth, not one who keeps quiet in a time of need. Lastly, Sho made it clear the leaders of Mzansi are not protecting the people.

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