South Africans were very concerned about the R22 million flag project, which Nathi Mthethwa defended in a briefing. Many were saying that it's too much, which can be used to other important things in the country, rather than a flag.
However, South Africans are very happy as the president Cyril Ramaphosa have ordered the minister of sports arts and culture to cancel the so much talked SA flag project. According to the source, president Cyril Ramaphosa allegedly told the minister that the flag is too expensive. With this, he will win hearts of many South Africans.
However, one said that the president have a system of throwing his comrades under the bus. He said that Ramaphosa approved the flag project, and then now he is turning his back against Nathi Mthethwa.
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