Last week, Dineo hit parts of Mozambique, where it left seven dead, Zimbabwe, where it caused severe flooding and South Africa where it resulted in heavy precipitation and some flooding.
Hlume Dladla thought Dineo should have taken Nkandla, the homestead of South Africa's president Jacob Zuma:
— Tweets In Xhosa (@HlumelaDlala) February 18, 2017
In 2014, a report by South Africa's Public Protector Thuli Madonsela found that President Jacob Zuma unduly benefited from security upgrades to his Nkandla homestead, which cost tax payers about 250 million rands, or US $25 million. The “security” upgrades included a cattle kraal. The public protector asked Zuma to repay part of the money back to the state.
James Sethogo, reminded Twitter of this controversy, writing:
— James Sethoga (@jamessethoga) February 17, 2017
Kechane Neo wrote:
#ThingsDineoShouldTakeWithHer people who constantly reminds us that we've gained weight and that we need to loose it. TF???
— 21 February ?? (@khechane_neo) February 18, 2017
Another user would not have minded if the cyclone took 10% of South Africa's population — the rotten 10%:
Corrupt politicians, sure we'll lose 10% of our population but it'll be worth it.#ThingsDineoShouldTakeWithHer
— Just A Gamer (@Tebza992) February 18, 2017
Queen B shared the following image and quipped:
— Queen.B wa ga Seleke (@QsSeleke) February 17, 2017
Tumie has had enough of the text message that informs mobile phone subscribers of the state of their internet data:
The person who sends this SMS :” your data bundle has been depleted.”#ThingsDineoShouldTakeWithHer
— tumie_online (@tumelorangata) February 17, 2017
Calven Lusenga observed:
#ThingsDineoShouldTakeWithHer people who talk to other people knowing very well that they didn't even brush their teeth
— Calven Lusenga (@CalvenLusenga) February 16, 2017
Mohau, a student, suggested:
#ThingsDineoShouldTakeWithHer assignment dead lines
— MOHAU (@Serabelem) February 17, 2017
Posting a photo of the recent chaotic scenes at the South Africa's parliament, Yoshani wrote:
— Yashani D (@Ashley_Dorothy) February 16, 2017
Juju is the nickname of Julius Malema, the leader of the radical opposition party in South Africa, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF). EFF members, including Julius Malema, were forcibly removed from the parliament for interrupting the 2017 State of the Union address by President Zuma.
Kabelo simply tweeted the following photo, accompanied by a single word:
— Kabelo Ⓜ️oahloli (@KMoahloli) February 17, 2017
The man spraying Doom on the photo is a controversial South African pastor Lethebo Rabalago who claims that he can heal people using this favoured brand of insecticide.
Echoing Kebelo's sentiments, Mwilima wrote:
All the fake prophets , take them with Dinnie #ThingsDineoShouldTakeWithHer
— Mwilima Mabakeng (@M2_Mabakeng) February 18, 2017
— Andile (@AceMsuthu) February 16, 2017