Emmanuel Nkosinathi "Nathi" Mthethwa is a South African politician who has served as Minister of Arts and Culture since February 2014. He was appointed again in 2019 for his second term, as the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture of South Africa
He usually pays tribute to artists since they fall under his department. He has been called a number of names publicly, by a number of people. He was at some point calling the minister of RIPs, and the minister of tributes among other things.
A Twitter user tweeted that the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture of South Africa, Nathi Mthethwa, should not show up at the memorial of the late gospel singer, Deborah Fraser, pretending to be mourning.
The user said Mthethwa failed to protect her, and even failed her after she begged for COVID-19 relief funds. The user further said that he should not attend, and should stay home.
Deborah Fraser passed on yesterday, following what the family said was a short illness.
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