15 Twitter truths by Thuli Madonsela

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There is currently no woman in South Africa who is more respected and loved than Advocate Thuli Madonsela. As South Africa’s Public Protector, she has earned a reputation for her fierce independence, strong sense of justice, no-nonsense approach to corruption and fearless determination to take on the country’s most powerful leaders. 

Though she is admired by many for her humility and extraordinary dignity (myself included), I was surprised by the candour and honesty she displays on her private Twitter account.

She must be one of South Africa’s busiest people and yet she still finds time to inspire and motivate thousands of ordinary South Africans with words of hope and encouragement.

Here are 15 of my favourite Twitter truths by Thuli:

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wellness,thuli madonsela,twitter,inspiration

wellness,thuli madonsela,twitter,inspiration

wellness,thuli madonsela,twitter,inspiration

wellness,thuli madonsela,twitter,inspiration
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wellness,thuli madonsela,twitter,inspiration

wellness,thuli madonsela,twitter,inspiration

Read Birgit Otterman's full blog post here.

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