After criticism, Mtetwa says the draft R22m flag will be considered

Minister of Arts and Culture Nati Mtetva said he took note of the public discourse around the issue.

FILE: Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture Nati Mtetva at a media briefing on the coronavirus on March 25, 2020 in Pretoria. Photo: Eyewitness news

CAPE TOWN – Minister of Arts and Culture Nati Mtteva seems to be listening to criticism for his controversial move to spend more than 20 million rupees on the flagpole project.

Mtteva said he took note of the public discourse around the issue.

He said the process would be reconsidered.

However, he initially defended the move, saying his department was tasked with promoting social cohesion.

The minister believes that the flag of 22 million rupees, which will be installed in the Freedom Park in Trvan, is a good idea in this regard.

This caused outrage, many said it was a waste of taxpayers ’money.

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