Transport Minister, Fikile Mbalula is at the receiving end of hot punches after the ANC's poor performance during the local government elections. Some publications have labeled Mbalula as "Mampara of the week" for dipping the party below 50% as the Head of Elections. What makes matters worse is that Mbalula is now accusing the ANC for his shortfalls. What a sore loser! After telling Twitter that the ANC did not actually lose in the recent local government elections, Mbalula said the SABC drove voters away. Mbalula
ANC's factional wars are still far from over as the RET champion and staunch supporter of former president Jacob Zuma and the party's secretary general, Ace Magashule launched a scathing attack on fellow comrade, Fikile Mbalula. The bone of contention this time around is about Fikile Mbalula's failure to lead a successful election campaign which resulted in the party suffering a humiliating blow in key metros and municipalities across the country.
Fikile Mbalula Drops Some of The Juiciest Secrets About Julius Malema Date: 2021/11/27 Fikile Mbalula is dropped some of the juiciest Secrets about Julius Malema the coalition talks that the African National Congress head of elections said juju wants to destroy the ANC, as that is the top thing in his mind not to help this country grow but rather kill the ANC and break it down till it can not breathe anymore as it is consistently holding the country back from progress.
https://twitter.com/mmodiba10/status/1463617643802415106?s=19 https://twitter.com/AdvDali_Mpofu/status/1463995663704858631?s=19 ANC chieftain, Mr Fikile Mbalula has been described as one of the greatest problems of the ANC and a great liar as well. Advocate Dali Mpofu made this description today on Twitter as different people came together to attack the minister of Transportation and the director of ANC Campaign, declaring that there is no iota of truth in his mouth.
The ANC's head of decisions Fikile Mbalula says part of the explanation the party saw a drop in citizen support during the nearby government races is on the grounds that there was a predominantly bad opinion, basically because of COVID-19. Mbalula held a media preparation at the ANC's central command in Luthuli House, Johannesburg on Thursday, 25 November 2021. "We have not persuaded society that we are taking care of defilement. In the pandemic there were reports that PPEs personal defensive equipment were
Nozuko, a beautiful woman from the Royal family who has caught the heart of the South African Minister of Transport, is the subject of this story. In an interview with Timeslive, Fikile Mbalula described his wife as a kind woman who has never mistreated him and who has always been truthful to her, despite the fact that he has not always been loyal to her throughout their marriage.
African National Congress leaders after suffering a heavy blow in the local government elections have been looking for a scapegoat, have been trying to look for someone to put all the blame on except for themselves. This is because they are in denial that ANC's lose was greatly contributed by their internal fighting and inability to solve factional wars.
The ANC's head of choices Fikile Mbalula says part of the clarification the party saw a drop in resident help during the close by government races is in light of the fact that there was a prevalently awful assessment, essentially on account of COVID-19. Mbalula held a media arrangement at the ANC's headquarters in Luthuli House, Johannesburg on Thursday, 25 November 2021. "We have not convinced society that we are dealing with pollution. In the pandemic there were reports that PPEs personal cautious equipment
South African Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has transformed into all things considered a Twitter VIP throughout the most recent couple of years. This hasn't generally been useful for the Minister who regularly ends up involved in discussion due to the application. He has once wound up in the center of a go head to head, this time with sports columnist, Robert Marawa.
Image: Fikile Mbalula and Julius Malema have been friends since their ANCYL days. Transport Minister Fikile is currently licking his wounds on Twitter. Mbalula is going on and on about how the ANC did not lose during the recent local government elections. According to Mbalula, ANC won the election but lost major metros because coalitions did not favor them.
Where is Mr Fikile Mbalula? Where is the man who said that the ANC will clear all the municipalities. Now, Many people said that they have not seen Mr Fikile Mbalula aka Mr Fix, the transportation Minister as the ANC continues in a sporadic lose to the Democratic Alliance.
South African Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has changed into everything considered a Twitter VIP all through the latest a few years. This hasn't commonly been helpful for the Minister who consistently winds up engaged with conversation because of the application. He has once ended up in the focal point of a clash, this time with sports reporter, Robert Marawa.
South Africans have been praising Mr Kaunda of the ANC, saying the fought till the end. He had one task, retain the Municipality at all costs. He did that. This is politics. They declared that other ANC mayors gave up their municipalities without a fight.
The Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula still does not believe that the ANC lost power to the major cities during the local government election and blames SABC for the loss. Seemingly the Minister of Transport is not well treated about the ANC losing in local government election.According to Fikile Mbalula, the SABC is to be blamed for the loss as it never showed the good side of the ANC to South Africans.The Minister of Transport blasted the SABC, accusing the broadcaster of focusing on negative issues in it's service delivery.
As president Cyril Ramaphosa celebrate his birthday, the minister of Transportation, Mr. Fikile Mbalula aka Mr. Fix it decided to show his loyalty to President Cyril Ramaphosa by sending him multiple Birthday wishes on Twitter which subsequently got some people angry. The birthday wishes were sent in the morning and again, at evening, Mr. Fikile Mbalula released another congratulatory messages to Ramaphosa.
South African Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula is currently amongst the trending topics on Twitter, this comes after he attempted to give an explanation and defend the ANC after the party lost all of the Gauteng metros to the Democratic Alliance (DA). Former Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane quickly responded to Fikile Mbalula's Twitter post about the ANC, and Mmusi Maimane did not mince his words as he told Fikile Mbalula that he is 'in denial' by defending the ANC's failure to secure the Gauteng metros...
Things are not going pretty well for the ruling political party, Africa National congress (ANC). The latest elections made it clear that the ANC is slowly sinking. According to the report, the ANC lost more than 20 municipalities to NFP and EFF, and for that reason, the ANC wanted to collaborate (Coalition) with other political parties.
There are always chaos in the ANC. A tweep named Smanga Dlamini claimed Fikile Mbalula is all about destabilizing the party. "Fikile is an example of real spies paid to destabilize the ANC. Some thought that leaders like Comrade Ace were the problem and had to be removed at all cost but instead he took upon himself and some to save it.
https://www.msn.com/en-za/news/other/take-a-stand-fikile-mbalula-tells-lalela-mswane-not-to-go-to-israel/ar-AAQUzNc?ocid=msedgntp&li=BBqfP3n Fikile Mbalula has gotten involved in the issue surrounding Miss South Africa Lalela Mswane and her upcoming travel to the Miss Universe pageant in Israel next month. Nevertheless, rather than sending her off with well wishes, the minister of transportation has pleaded with her not to depart.
"Elections 2021: Vote ANC because it is a self-correcting organization, says Mbalula." The only thing the ANC self-corrects is their bank balances, people said. However as ANC was behind than any other parties to register on the IEC, Luckily they've succeeded in the case and now they can go on with the elections in 2021.