Tito Mboweni gets people talkung after he voiced out his opinion on how Makotis show respect. This is all started by a picture of a Makoti serving her husband with water to wash his hands before he eats. According to the Zulu culture, kneeling when serving food is a sign of respect.
Tito Mboweni is totally against this, looking at his Tweet, Tito regards this as a tuture to married women, and he really want this to end "This must stop! ANCWL where are you?" angrily wrote Tito Mboweni and his Tweet touched many people. ￼The majority of Twitter users were just surprise because this is part of the Zulu culture, and women has been happily doing it for years. "This is our culture Mina I will do this for my husband!! It must not stop" Wrote a man who really does see anything wrong with with this. "African culture is not a bad practice" Wrote another Twitter user.
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