“White people can not urinate on our democracy” – Minister Nomvula Mokonyane

SOWETO, SOUTH AFRICA – APRIL 12: President Jacob Zuma and Nomvula Mokonyane during Zuma’s 75th birthday celebrations at Kliptown on April 12, 2017 in Soweto, South Africa. While giving a speech, Zuma said he would step down if the ANC asked him to do so. (Photo by Gallo Images / Rapport / Elizabeth Sejake)

Well, it looks like the ANC are still in celebratory mode after defeating Tuesday’s motion of no confidence.

Minister of Water and Sanitation Nomvula Mokonyane, gave a victory speech on Tuesday evening and has caused some discomfort.

Mokonyane told a crowd of ANC supporters that white people should not be allowed to urinate on the country’s democracy. When referring to the motion brought by the DA, she said that no regime change agenda can divide the ANC.

“We don’t want our democracy to be urinated on by amadlagusha (white people). We cannot allow regime change.

“Money cannot buy our revolution. Our commitment has never been secret‚” said Mokonyane to loud applause.

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