Bonang Matheba is set for the 2024 presidential election

Bonang Matheba is set for the 2024 presidential election

Bonang Matheba is set for the 2024 presidential election. South Africans are urged by Bonang Matheba to prepare for the 2024 presidential race. The media personality who has demonstrated genuine interest and care for the country’s affairs tweeted about the necessity of everyone completing their voter registration.

Bonang Matheba is set for the 2024 presidential election

She added that 2024 is quickly approaching and provided links to aid in registration. My dear South Africans, good morning. While we wait for 2024 to arrive, let’s enrol to vote.

By sharing a screenshot of his successful registration, Cassper Nyovest heeded the advise and inspired his followers to follow suit, who flooded the post with screenshots of their own successful registrations.

Since their cries for a better life, an end to load shedding, and other woes have gone unheard, it is thought that voting will help alter the governance.

Meanwhile, many are watching Bonang Matheba to see how she feels about finally getting her desire fulfilled after years of calling for the resignation of former Sports, Arts, and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa. Now that he has been replaced by a new minister, many are wondering how Matheba feels about the change.

Even though she hasn’t always mentioned Mthethwa by name, she did post the word “wonderful” on Monday evening, not long after President Cyril Ramaphosa revealed who would make up his new Cabinet.

In May 2022, she told him “you’re useless and we all hate you”, and declared that he had no idea what he was doing.

A few days later, she urged Nathi Mthethwa to abandon plans for his organization to raise an R22 million flag with lights at night.

She requested that he leave in July 2022 after a Daily Maverick story revealed that his department wanted to start an R30 million orchestra.

She objected to his congratulations to the South African women’s soccer squad Banyana Banyana in the same month.

“It is with a deep sense of pride that I congratulate the @Banyana_Banyana warriors on clinching a spot in the finals of the Women’s African Cup of Nations after defeating Zambia in the semi-finals. Your victory is a historic moment for women’s football in South Africa,” tweeted the minister.

“Please. These girls deserve MONEY! Open. Your. Wallet. Akere you want an orchestra?!! So damn useless!! Resign,” quipped Bonang in response.

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