“We Had 6 Rounds” – Lerato Admits To Sleeping With ANC Politicians Tito Mboweni & Gwede Mantashe

“We Had 6 Rounds” – Lerato Admits To Sleeping With ANC Politicians Tito Mboweni & Gwede Mantashe.

A video of a young woman admitting to have slept with top ANC politicians caused a stir on social media.

I’m the video Lerato Habiba Makgatho is heard saying, “… I am not in a relationship with the both of them. And I never said that Tito Mboweni is weak in bed and that he doesn’t last long the way people have claimed. I just said that he is traditional and old school. He is more different than Gwede Mantashe. Gwede is a tiger but that does not mean that Tito is not good. Even the last time we engaged in it we reached to about 6 rounds. So he’s also good…”

@AdvoBarryRoux took to Twitter to reshape this controversial video. He captioned the tweet, “Where is Lerato. We need answers. Lerato Habiba Makgatho once said Tito Mboweni is not weak in bed, he can do 6 rounds while Gwede Mantashe is still the tiger. Can Gwede still go that far?”

Who is Tito Mboweni?

Tito Mboweni is the Minister of Finance for South Africa. He was born in 1959 in Limpopo Province, and educated at the University of South Africa and the University of Pretoria.

Mboweni has held various positions in government and the private sector, including Governor of the South African Reserve Bank and CEO of Anglo American South Africa.

He is a member of the African National Congress. He is a member of the South African Communist Party, and has addressed meetings of the party in the past. Mboweni has been described as a “maverick” by the BBC. He is a jazz pianist, and his nickname is “Tito.

Who is Gwede Mantashe?

Gwede Mantashe is the current Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy in South Africa. Prior to his cabinet position, he was the National Chairperson of the African National Congress (ANC).

In this role, he was a major critic of then-President Jacob Zuma and his administration. Mantashe is known for being a strong advocate for economic transformation and black economic empowerment in South Africa.

Mantashe is a member of the South African Communist Party (SACP), and has held various SACP positions over the years. He is currently a member of the SACP’s highest decision-making body, the Central Committee.


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