Makhadzi’s Speech at the ANC Manifesto Leaves Mzansi Buzzing: “I Don’t Blame Master KG”

Makhadzi’s Speech at the ANC Manifesto Leaves Mzansi Buzzing: “I Don’t Blame Master KG”

  • Makhadzi trended on social media for praising the ANC government's impact on her village's development during an ANC manifesto speech
  • Despite her positive remarks, she faced backlash from users who criticised her for endorsing the ANC amidst dissatisfaction with the government's performance
  • Social media comments highlighted skepticism and a call for change in the upcoming elections

Makhadzi recently charted social media trends after giving a speech at the ANC manifesto. The star shared how the current government helped with development in her village.

Makhadzi endorses the ANC
Makhadzi came under fife after her speech at the ANC manifesto. Image: @makhadzisa
Source: Instagram

Makhadzi roasted for her speech

It seems social media users want nothing to do with the ANC. The streets of Mzansi black Twitter were filled with mixed reactions from fans after Makhadzi shared her story at the ANC manifesto.

Speaking in a video shared on X by the popular gossip page MDN News, the Ghanama hitmaker said the ANC government played a pivotal role in bringing development to her village in Limpopo. She also praised the government for the monthly grant her grandmother received as it played a big part in their lives.

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"During my childhood our village only had 100 houses. We didn't have schools because the number of learners was too small but now as I am speaking, the children from my village have a school with everything.
"There was no water and electricity, the government helped my village to get at least water at the corner of my street and electricity. I grew up with my grandmother, my mom and dad separated when I was still young. My father didn't want me to live with her so I stayed with my grandmother.
"The government gave our parents grant money, just because she was far away from me and I didn't know where she was staying until the age of ten. I managed to survive because the government was giving my grandmother grant.
"I managed to taste the flavour of chicken at least once or twice in a month because of my grandmother's grant. As an artist, my grandmom's grant helped me to print the first stock of my CDs to go and sell them on the street."

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Makhadzi roasted for her speech

Social media users mopped the floor with Makhadzi after the video of her speech went viral. Many people said the star should not endorse the ANC government.

@chynamandj asked:

"Are you happy with what is happening in the country right now?"

@PovertykillerB said:

"All I can say is that in May sifuni change, asifuni amamenene."

@GarisheNcumisa added:

"Anyways why is she reading her own story like this ? (If it’s hers ) ? Can’t she just speak from heart?"

Bonang Matheba encourages Mzansi to go and vote on 29 May

Meanwhile, Briefly News reported that South African media personality Bonang Matheba is calling for all citizens to register to vote in the upcoming Presidential elections. The Being Bonang star called on her fans to go out in numbers and do the right thing.

South Africa will go to the polls in a few months, and celebs are already calling the people to go out and vote. Larger-than-life media personality Bonang Matheba is among the few stars who have been vocal on the issue.

Source: Briefly News

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