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Arts and Custom Minister recommends Port Alfred title alternate

Minister of Arts and Custom, Nathi Mthethwa, has made ideas to parliament this week that Port Alfred be renamed to Intlekele, and residents are up in hands. This used to be the details from a Deep Throat (DT) at some point soon of the provincial legislature who leaked the details to Focus on of the Town on Tuesday.

Asked if the proposed title alternate used to be mandatory or appropriate given the sleek financial climate, DT answered; “It is miles our acknowledged mission to rename all areas which possess passe colonial names. We prefer to replace the names with ones that extra precisely describe the notify.”

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DT went on to focus on of constructing solidarity in the notify.

“We construct no longer relish the theorem that there would possibly perhaps be a couple of Intlekele,” acknowledged DT. “Due to this truth we are able to be calling your whole notify Intlekele. The notify formerly identified as Port Alfred will seemingly be Encinci Intlekele, and the notify formerly identified as Nemato will seemingly be renamed Enkulu Intlekele.”

This unconfirmed and unverifiable describe from DT, whose identity we possess no longer been in a plight to confirm, ought to no longer advance as a surprise to the of us of Intlekele since the the same minister used to be to blame for altering the names of many towns and cities in the Eastern Cape together with the sleek title alternate of Port Elizabeth to Gqeberha. The Arts and Custom ministry used to be moreover to blame for the title alternate of Grahamstown to Makhanda.

“The minister ought to alternate his title,” acknowledged an angry resident. “He ought to alternate it to Umosha Imali.”

If you object to the title alternate, please contact the provincial title-alternate contact particular person at Faken_Hughes@aPi^i1.f001.com.

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