Denise Zimba Joins Cassper Nyovest in Calling Out South Africa’s Disastrous State: “People Are Suffering”

Denise Zimba Joins Cassper Nyovest in Calling Out South Africa’s Disastrous State: “People Are Suffering”

  • Denise Zimba wrote a heartbreaking Twitter post about South Africa's current leadership driving the country to its downfall 
  • The TV star said Mzansi people are suffering, and nothing is being done to improve their lives
  • Peeps responded to Denise's tweet by saying all the issues faced by the country should be blamed on the African National Congress (ANC)

PAY ATTENTION: Never miss breaking news – join Briefly News' Telegram channel!

Denise Zimba has joined Cassper Nyovest in highlighting the problems South Africa has been going through. Zimba can't believe how the country that used to pride itself on being unique has fallen to the pits.

Denise Zimba and Cassper Nyovest are worried about South Africa's state.
Denise Zimba and Cassper Nyovest have highlighted South Africa's problems. Image: @missdenisezimba and @casspernyovest
Source: Instagram

The former Vuzu TV presenter penned a tweet saying local people are going through a lot, and there seems to be nothing being done to improve their quality of life.

"South Africa weighs heavy on my heart. One of the most beautiful countries in the world - the food, weather, people, diverse cultures, parties, experience. I don’t understand how we have fallen so bad. The quality of life is horrendous! People are suffering, hustling day2day. "

Read also

Funky Mzansi man shares pictures of his lush room and shoe collection, group members drop jokes

PAY ATTENTION: Сheck out news that is picked exactly for YOU ➡️ click on “Recommended for you” and enjoy!

Not long ago, Investec, an Anglo-South African international banking and wealth management group, announced that South Africa was greylisted.

"South Africa has been greylisted by global financial crime watchdog the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) for not fully complying with international standards around the prevention of money laundering, terrorist financing and proliferation financing."

Cassper Nyovest pleads with South Africans to pray for Mzansi's problems

Briefly News reported that Mufasa took to the Twitter streets and advised peeps to throw SA's alarming issues into God's hands. Cass suggested that prayer has great power, and that's precisely what Mzansi needs now.

"Things aren’t good in South Africa right now. There’s a dark cloud that I personally think we need to pray over. God bless our beloved country. Monate o fedile."

Read also

Cyril Ramaphosa's Cabinet reshuffle may see new Police Minister for SA, Bheki Cele may be shifted to SSA

South Africans blame the ANC and President Ramaphosa for Mzansi's unending social and economic problems

@EvansMash10 said:

"You must understand that there’s time for everything under the sun. Even Babylon, one of the wealthiest cities ever, fell and never rose again “as it was said”. SA collapsed way back, it’s only now that the cracks are starting to emerge."

@shenayobrien shared:

"The writing is on the wall, Babe. @MYANC has led SA to a dark and struggling path!"

@GantshoLarry posted:

"Most people have been suffering forever. It's just that now suffering is being felt even by people who've been treating it as someone else's burden and not theirs."

@MrsBashaT replied:

"While other people are looking into issues of loadshedding, crime, GBV etc the state of health care is collapsing. State hospitals are in a bad shape. Only a few are still standing."

@Samiezmich2 commented:

"Ramaphosa and his crooks are thieving everything including basic commodities."

Read also

Italian firm gears up to restart works on Total's Mozambique gas project

@MbulwaRamabala also said:

"We are really suffering. A degree can't get you a job in this country."

Cassper Nyovest weighs in on SA leadership crisis after ANC elective conference: "I fear for our nation"

In similar news, Briefly News reported that Cassper Nyovest weighed in on the country's leadership crisis. The rapper was seemingly reacting to the recent ruling party's elective conference. President Cyril Ramaphosa was voted as the ANC's president again.

The rapper-turned-businessman expressed that he feared that things would get worse. The country faces corruption, loadshedding and unemployment crisis, among other issues.

Taking to Twitter, the Siyathandana hitmaker said the country's lack of leadership worries him the most. Cassper Nyovest doubted that the country would have a bright future.

PAY ATTENTION: Сheck out news that is picked exactly for YOU ➡️ click on “Recommended for you” and enjoy!

Source: Briefly News

Online view pixel