Topic: "You have no clue what you’re doing. Go away, Nathi Mthethwa", says Queen B
People are not happy with the fact that the minister of sports and arts and culture in the republic of South Africa, Minister Nathi Mthethwa is planning to construct the longest flag that is planned to cost 22 million.
Yesterday on the ENCA with Dr JJ Tabane, minister Nathi Mthethwa as the guest on the show, defended his decision and people were unhappy with it.
"You have no clue what you’re doing. Go away! Nathi Mthethwa", this was South African media personality, Bonang Matheba expressing her view, on The saga of flag.
People are so furious and angry with the move by minister Nathi Mthethwa and now some are suggesting that he must be fired.
"Nathi Mthethwa is one of the useless ministers alongside Mbalula. 22 Million Rands to construct a Flag that is visible during the day and night in a developing country that is sinking economically, will never make sense to me."
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