Mmusi Aloysias Maimane is the former leader and president of the Democratic Alliance (DA). He served the political party from 2015 up until 2019 September, 23. Maimane is very vocal and is not afraid to place his stances and opinions regarding South African politics on his media platforms. More especially, the current party that is in leadership, ANC ( African National Congress).
Twitter is literally Maimane's space of coughing out all that he feels needs to be said, his latest question to the people of South Africa with his followers in inclusion was "When did you realize that ANC has to go?". The funniest, serious and most intriguing response came up.
Some responded and said the following: When the ANC built the R15 million stadium, when they could not qualify for the R350 unemployment grant and more. However, some thought he was totally out of order and was just a "poster boy for DA".
Maimane is known for clapping back to almost anything that is said to him on the media, but seemingly, he decided to let this one go.
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