Praise Singer Nkosatane Senziwe 'Nziwe' Malibu Stuns Ahead of SONA, SA Weighs In

Praise Singer Nkosatane Senziwe 'Nziwe' Malibu Stuns Ahead of SONA, SA Weighs In

  • South Africans are waiting for President Cyril Ramaphosa's State of the Nation Address (SONA) on 7 February 2024
  • Praise singer Nkosatane Senziwe Malibu, known as Nziwe, is preparing to usher in the President at the SONA, captivating social media with her stunning traditional attire
  • Social media is buzzing with anticipation as users express excitement for Nziwe's performance and others question the need for elaborate ceremonies

South Africans are waiting anxiously for the State of the Nation Address scheduled for Thursday, 7 February 2024. President Cyril Ramaphosa's address will lay out government's primary policy goals and targets for the upcoming year, addressing challenges and proposing strategies to unleash the nation's capabilities.

President Ramaphosa SONA
Praise singer Nkosatane Senziwe 'Nziwe' Malibu wowed Mzansi with her look. Image: @GovernmentZA and GULSHAN KHAN/AFP via Getty Images
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Praise singer wows Mzansi ahead of SONA

Talented praise singer Nkosatane Senziwe Malibu, popularly known as Nziwe, is gearing up for the State of the Nation Address. The singer, who will usher in the president, looked breathtaking in pictures shared on social media.

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Heading to social media, @GovernmentZA shared a photo of the star in personalised traditional attire. Nziwe will usher President Ramaphosa in to present his address.

The president's speech will highlight what has been achieved since his last address in 2023. He will also reflect on the progress made in implementing the Economic Reconstruction and Recovery Plan (ERRP). The post's caption read:

"Nkosatane Senziwe 'Nziwe' Malibu from Mpumalanga, the praise singer who will usher in the President at the start of the #SONA2024."

Mzansi weighs in on the post

Social media users are eagerly waiting for President Ramaphosa's address. Many shared mixed reactions to the post.

@Cliff385 wrote:

"Very humble child. I heard her interview on @ligwalagwalaFM in the morning. Can’t wait to hear her."

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@LyettB commented:

"Why doesn't the president just do a public broadcast on SABC? Why all this pomp and ceremony at huge expense?"

SA government spends R6.5 million on SONA 2024

Meanwhile, Briefly News reported that the government is pulling out all the stops, spending R6.5 million for the State of the Nation Address. National Assembly revealed that the money was utilised for logistics. This was an unacceptable reason for the expenditure to South Africans.

National Assembly spokesperson Masibulelo Xaso said this is a big SONA because it falls in the 30th year of democracy.

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Source: Briefly News

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