Bishop Joshua Maponga has gone back to his country, Zimbabwe, after being pressurised to leave South Africa by #PutSouthAfricansFirst campaigners who did not want him to be involved in
South African issues.
The Zimbabwean public speaker, author, philosopher leader, musician, and social entrepreneur was based in South Africa for over 20 years.
According to Izwe Lethu on Twitter, Maponga relocated to Zimbabwe after South Africans told him to go back and stop getting involved in South African
issues as his country was in trouble.
Maponga is quoted saying he was trying to solve African matters in a country he has lived in for 20 years. He says that his family is still in SA. South African problems are African problems, he said