- Mmusi Maimane fired shots at local TV station etv for showing the extremely old and overplayed 1997 film, Anaconda
- Social media user @destinyzeecompiled the drama between Mmusi and Cellular into one post for the people of Mzansi to enjoy
- Peeps were bust over the cyberwar that took place as Mmusi ended Cellular before he even got started
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South African politician, the former Leader of South Africa's opposition Democratic Alliance, Mmusi Maimane enjoys entertaining the people of Mzansi with his quirky social media posts.
Maimane recently took a hit at etv for showing the 1997 film, Anaconda. He claims they were pulling an ANC move.
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Peeps were there for the drama
Social media never fails to deliver. Seeing Maimane end Cellular, peeps were screaming in excitement.
The good old politician never leaves a hater unroasted, and people were sure Cellular knew this before firing the shots that he did lol.
Take a look at some of the comments
@IngridMalibe was living for the drama that played out:
“I actually turned on your notifications to catch up”
@IbnMilz tried to call in backup for Cellular lol:
@Castro_Gp23 does not know what Cellular was thinking taking on Mmusi:
@CarterMakaz paid his respects to the fallen soldiers:
Mmusi Maimane challenges Angie Motshekga to a public debate on South Africa's educational system
Mmusi Maimane, the leader of One SA Movement has now challenged the Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga to a public debate on issues within the educational system, reported Briefly News.
Maimane is an avid advocate for the betterment of South Africa's education system and he just recently launched a petition to end the 30% pass mark for grade 12 learners. Maimane says the petition has now garnered more than 10 000 signatures so far.
On his official Twitter account, Maimane posted a statement in which he highlights key areas of concern that he wants to debate with Motshekga on.
These areas of debate include the 30% pass mark, remuneration for teachers and Life Orientation. Maimane has previously proposed that LO should be scrapped and replaced with a new subject that teaches pupils to think critically, amongst other things.
Source: Briefly News