Dear Fikile, Angie and Zweli, Mzansi has messages for you via #DearMinisterOf
Just hours after President Cyril Ramaphosa's cabinet members were sworn-in on Thursday, South Africans took to Twitter to plead with ministers to address their concerns.
Transport, education and health ministers Fikile Mbalula, Angie Motshekga and Dr Zweli Mkhize received the most messages about burning issues in their sectors – public transport, healthcare and the school curriculum.
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Earlier this week, tweeps wasted no time writing to President Ramaphosa, telling him of their expectations now that he is officially the country's head of state.
Minister of transport Fikile Mbalula
Minister of education Angie Motshekga
#DearMinisterOf EDUCATION... please do away with aboMacbeth, Hamlet, RomeoandJuliet and Othello, we No longer leave in those ages and are doing away with colonialism. We need more local content that deals with modern issues that trigger critical thinking such as: pic.twitter.com/G4tEldUYRL— Mandisa Mathibe (@Mandie_Mathibe) May 30, 2019
Minister of health Dr Zweli Mkhize