All deleted tweets from politicians

Married to @carlahl. Dad. Love this country and its future. @Our_DA Shadow Minister of Finance. Member of Parliament.

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Geordin Hill-Lewis (DA) tweeted :

Sounds like something out of V for Vendetta.

Geordin Hill-Lewis (DA) tweeted :

My response to the Dept of Health’s dishonest statement https://t.co/9g33f0JH6D

RT @ScottHRoberts1: A group of concerned citizens filed papers in the Western Cape High Court today challenging the constitutionality of the National Coronavirus Command Council and the validity of the lockdown regulations. Here is the media statement: drive.google.com/file/d/1WFVomv…. https://t.co/49oxQ1Mblk

RT @ScottHRoberts1: @tito_mboweni @geordinhl "De minimis non curat lex" (the law does not govern trivial things) is the doctrine you're referring to. Free advice, minister: no court will ever regard R10 000 000 000 as a trivial thing. And neither should you.

RT @nteboitumelo: Sisulu's defence of Tanzanian tormentors, instead of journalists and SA's constitution, is indefensible timeslive.co.za/sunday-times/o… via @SundayTimesZA

RT @WandileSihlobo: Russia is the most unequal country - 74.5% of the country's wealth is controlled by the top 1% of its people. Courtesy of @CreditSuisse https://t.co/3WFOL4CL1A

RT @WandileSihlobo: South Africa’s manufacturing sector experienced a rough start to the second quarter of 2017. Absa PMI fell to 44.7 index points in April. https://t.co/GZlrBoHyGR

RT @WandileSihlobo: SA citrus industry has exported between 1.46 million & 1.78 million tons of fresh fruit between 2010-2016, generating a cumulative US$7 bn. https://t.co/FSoytvCOf2

RT @WandileSihlobo: RT @WandileSihlobo: BREAKING NEWS: South Africa is set to harvest 15.6 million tonnes of maize – LARGEST CROP ON RECORD.

RT @WandileSihlobo: RT @WandileSihlobo: WC Dam levels are critically low, averaging 21% full in the week ending 19 June, which is 14% lower than 19 June 2016.