— Langa. (@LangaMav) April 3, 2017
— NdingumXhosa💃 (@TMdemka) April 2, 2017
#BlackMonday is a protest to make sure SA economy remains in the hands of the west
explain how is the west a better criminal than guptas?
— Y A N D A (@Mzi_realShort) April 3, 2017
So we can protest together against the ANC, but when we march for free education we hooligans? #Blackmonday
— Intellectual Hoodrat (@purelycas) April 3, 2017
— Khaya Dlanga (@khayadlanga) April 3, 2017
Who are these colonialists and defeated people with the nerve to say #Blackmonday when Radical Economic Transformation is about to begin.👀
— Mzwanele Manyi (@MzwaneleManyi) April 2, 2017
- Member of Parliament Thando Mahambehlala is now the deputy Minister of Communications.
- Deputy Minister of Small Business Development Elizabeth Thabethe is now the deputy in the tourism ministry.
- Member of Parliament Bongani Mkongi is the deputy Minister of Police.
- Former deputy Minister of Communications Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams is now deputy Minister of telecommunications.
- And Member of Parliament Nomathemba November is now the deputy Minister of Small Business Development.
- Deputy Arts and Culture Minister Rejoice Mabudafhasi and deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas are deputies that have been fired.
- The new deputy Minister of Public Service and Administration is former Limpopo Sports MEC Dipuo Letsatsi Duba.
- The deputy Minister for Finance is Sifiso Buthelezi and MP and former Prasa board chairperson.
- Former Transport Minister Ben Martins has made a return to government, this time as Public Enterprise deputy minister.
- Former deputy Police Minister Maggie Sotyu is now the deputy Minister of Arts and Culture.
- Former deputy Minister of Public Enterprises Gratitude Magwanishe is now the Trade and Industry deputy minister, replacing Mzwandile Masina.