Thuli Madonsela is a South African actress from Soweto who has Swati ancestors from Swaziland. She was born in 1962. In 1990, she graduated from the University of Witwatersrand with a Bachelor of Laws degree.
Her husband died when their children were small, leaving her as a single mother to raise them. Dick Foxton, a white man, entered her life in 2018, after she had been single for quite some time. They made the decision to marry.
Thuli contributed in the development of South Africa’s final constitution, which was brought into law by then-President Nelson Mandela in 1996.
Thuli Madonsela, South Africa’s public protector, held the office from 2009 until 2016. He rose to prominence as a result of her State Capture probe, which revealed corruption that occurred right under the nose of former President Jacob Zuma.
Despite the fact that some black people think she’s a sellout, she genuinely promoted black people’s struggle. Her daughter jumped on the bandwagon, labelling her a “toxic mother,” after she became the talk of social media recently.
We will make our vehicles and trucks available as Patriotic South Africans, we can no longer afford as a country to accommodate illegal foreigners. https://t.co/PpdL2hca6i
— Gayton McKenzie (@GaytonMcK) May 13, 2022
Saving South Africa starts with creating millions of jobs, taking away millions of jobs from illegal foreigners is slowly becoming the only solution no matter your views on illegal immigrants. Deport them urgently.
— Gayton McKenzie (@GaytonMcK) May 12, 2022
The Patriotic Alliance says it will push forward with its campaign of ridding South Africa of illegal immigrants. #sabcnews
— SAfm news (@SAfmnews) May 5, 2022
— Minister of Illegal Immigrants in SA 🇿🇦 (@21_Be_Positive) May 12, 2022
Operation dudula not yet launched but community members see the need for it forcing law enforcement agencies to act pic.twitter.com/HWTLgk5QoT
— sandile baros (@sandilebagosi) May 11, 2022