Source: https://twitter.com/RediTlhabi/status/1525761746291593216?t=3OExIpnn0dpug8ndJ0mJ_A&s=19 While the masses are still gobsmacked about the assassination of Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh and how her murder reflects the dangers media practitioners are exposed to in conflict zones like the Middle East and Afghanistan, a lot of others are attacking South African journalists who they believe are not conducting themselves the way journalists should.
1. Fikile Mbalula (Minister of Sports) – Orlando Pirates Fikile April Mbalula is a South African politician who is currently serving as Minister of Transport. He previously served as both Minister and Deputy Minister of Police and Minister of Sports and Recreation. He was born on the 8th of April in the year 1971.
Topic: Look what Mzanzi did to A well known South African journalist. South Africans are one of people in the world who don't waste time to express their views without fear or favour. They are well known to be people who attack whoever they want regardless of the person/people portfolio.
Source:https://twitter.com/RediTlhabi/status/1525761746291593216?t=3OExIpnn0dpug8ndJ0mJ_A&s=19 While the larger part are at this point gobsmacked about the demise of Palestinian essayist Shireen Abu Akleh and how her manslaughter reflects the hazards media specialists are introduced to in battle zones like the Middle East and Afghanistan, a huge load of others are pursuing South African reporters who they acknowledge are not acting how authors should.
Redi Tlhabi aims at Malema: ‘You’re a 10 percenter on the national landscape and 100 percenter on Twitter. Meaning she was explaining the issue addressing what she observed from Mr, Julius Malema that he is more in talking on Twitter and less of doing all that he is saying on social media.
It is rare for people in South Africa to express their views, regardless of whether they are favoured or not, without wasting time. They have a reputation for attacking anybody and everyone, no matter who or what they represent. As of this morning, South African Twitter had been a hive of activity, with individuals questioning the government's concealment of Pfizer COVID-19 negative effects.
1. Redi Tlhabi Redi Tlhabi is a South African journalist, producer, author and a former radio presenter. She presented The Redi Tlhabi Show on Radio 702 for over a decade. Her broadcasting career spans years spent at Kaya FM, being a newscaster for the SABC and later, eMedia Holdings owned eNews Channel Africa, eNCA.
Carl Niehaus yesterday issued some kind of warning or advice to the controversial journalist, Redi Tlhabi, telling her that the president will embarrass her severely one day. Carl Niehaus wrote on Twitter," Lol, did your keyboard get stuck? You mustn’t put your chewing gum there, when you get too excited in your gullible stupidity to believe @CyrilRamaphosa.
Veteran journalist, Redi Tlhabi said that South Africa government required that children who want to enter into South Africa between the ages of 5-12 years must be vaccinated or test negative to Covid-19. She is however said that in South Africa, children of that age are not required to be vaccinated, wondering while such regulations was put in place.
An award winning news anchor, broadcaster, author and moderator; Redi Tlhabi is known for getting herself in trouble. Redi Tlhabi is known for always feeling opinionated and talk about what other politicians think or decide to write or post about on social media. Redi Tlhabi has recently went off and retweeted Malusi Gigaba's tweet and she wrote about how Malusi Gigaba is accusing others of having handlers but he has a handler.
Topic: Fearless Redi Tlhabi Spits fire on Malema. Redi Tlhabi is a South African journalist, producer, author and a former radio presenter. She presented The Redi Tlhabi Show on Radio 702 for over a decade. Her broadcasting career spans years spent at Kaya FM, being a newscaster for the SABC and later, eMedia Holdings owned eNews Channel Africa, eNCA.
https://twitter.com/RediTlhabi/status/1511624128255692803?t=EVT0iEf7Eb5cbevcRtpL0A&s=19 https://twitter.com/EFFSouthAfrica/status/1511660920329551875?t=cB916lfDzoSysq-48f9eOQ&s=19 Here is the background of the story: Late last week, the Economic Freedom Fighters issued a media statement, wherein they indicated that on Wednesday, 06 April, they will be picketing outside the farms of the South African well-known Billionaire, Johann Rupert, in Stellenbosch and Mpumalanga.
Redi Tlhabi is a South African journalist, producer, author, and former radio presenter. She presented The Redi Tlhabi Show on Radio 702 for over a decade. Her broadcasting career spans years spent at Kaya FM, being a newscaster for the SABC and, later, eMedia Holdings owned eNews Channel Africa, eNCA
Redi Tlhabi, a veteran and award-winning journalist, said that Tourism Minister Lindiwe Sisulu must appear before the ANC NEC to explain herself, adding that such characteristics as Lindiwe's must not be permitted. Because she has served as a minister in eight different ministries, the criticism on the minister is intensifying.
Broadcaster Redi Tlhabi has thrown shade at the EFF's march to Johann Rupert's farms on Wednesday, suggesting the businessman may give the party some of his wine. Party leader Julius Malema will lead a march to Rupert’s farms in Stellenbosch and deputy Floyd Shivambu will lead a group of protesters to the billionaire’s farms in Mpumalanga.
"Do you read ANYTHING at all? ANYTHING? Your comms team? 4IR ministers and former ministers know nothing about international feed and how it works? You embarrass the nation in big ." This was posted by Redi Tlhabi on Tweeter after ANC issued a statement that did not make sense as they got the fact of why Russian channel was blocked by Multichoice.
Eyewitness News reported that Police Minister Bheki Cele has conceded the SAPS messed up the management of forensic DNA samples linked to violent crime in South Africa. Redi Tlhabi commented on the tweet, “Sometimes, I think they really hate us. And there'll be no accountability.
A South African youth today on Twitter made fun of Zondo's state capture, saying that everything about the commission was mere gossips and no evidence. He added that there were no paper works or proofs to validate the state capture claim. He wrote, “It was gossip without evidence!
The jokes will definetely not be on Television actress and comedian Lesego Tlhabi anytime soon. The UBettina Wethu star has found herself entangled in a bitter lawsuit that could see her losing over R3 million. She slapped with a R3-million lawsuit by businessman Sifiso Skenjana. This some after Lesego went on a Twitter tirade accusing Skenjana of being a “woman abuser” and “a rapist”.
Redi Tlhabi tell it like it is about Julius Malema: You are a ten percenter on the country's landscape and hundred percenter on social media such as Twitter. What she was trying to say is she observed how the EFF leader Julius Malema is he has more to say on social media such as Twitter and not so much of action that compares with what he be saying on Twitter.