The politician, whose party has often slammed the broadcaster, put on a suit and his brightest smile to discuss some of the biggest news stories of the day.
EFF spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi had people glued to their TV screens on Monday when he was a guest host on eNCA’s As It Happened.
He not only read the news but also had an engaging debate with Peter Bruce on land expropriation and had a live Q&A.
Other politicians that will take over the show this week include the Democratic Alliance’s Natasha Mazzone, the United Democratic Movement’s Bantu Holomisa, African National Congress’ Pule Mabe and the Inkatha Freedom Party’s Lisa van Merwe.
But, yoh, The People’s Bae did the most and had viewers rushing for the land with his comments.
Here are just four comments that gave the internet life:
“Today I’m your host in this white monopoly capitalism platform”
Ndlozi came straight out the gate to label the broadcaster a “white monopoly capitalism platform” and had the Twitter streets howling.
— KE SHARP (@danielmarven) May 14, 2018
— Mr_Els (@KhubanaEls) May 14, 2018
— Princy Mthombeni (@Princymthombeni) May 14, 2018
Ndlozi: I'm ur host from this White monopoly capital platform called eNCA
— XO (@SnrMmabatho) May 14, 2018
— Kokwani N'waCash (@dudufatso) May 14, 2018
“Love without justice is evil”
This was the moment The People’s Bae became The People’s Poet 2.0. Ndlozi ended a touching sermon on abuse by telling women to always remember “love without justice is evil”. We died.
— Black Media (@Black_Media_) May 15, 2018
#AsItHappens Love without justice is evil 🔥🔥🔥
— NtandOkazii (@OkaziiNtand) May 14, 2018
— Portia Manana (@MrsMananza) May 14, 2018
— Penny Namane (@penny_namane) May 14, 2018
— Berto (@kholoboty) May 14, 2018
“Where is your source?”
In a conversation with Peter Bruce about his column in which he claimed that only a tiny minority of black people want to farm, Ndlozi hit Bruce with a young “where is your source?” He later returned with a strong clap back, declaring ” I could disagree, but I should have the correct sources.”
[EARLIER] #AsItHappens: Dr @MbuyiseniNdlozi in conversation with Peter Bruce @Bruceps. He asks him about an opinion piece that Bruce wrote stating that a tiny minority of black people want to farm. Asks him about the source he used to arrive to that conclusion. Courtesy #DStv403 pic.twitter.com/pwDZOTxPcP
— eNCA (@eNCA) May 14, 2018
— Sharonice Busch (@Sharonice23) May 14, 2018
— StanWaStates (@stan_wa_states) May 15, 2018
— Mojaki Ramatsoele (@MRamtsoele) May 14, 2018
“Even when you’re reading there, you not reading them properly”
Ndlozi delivered a smackdown when he dropped in a line while Bruce was looking at his notes. With a smile on his face, he said: “even when you’re reading there, you not reading them properly”.
— Reetchy (@ReeTsego) May 14, 2018
— BlackGirlWithAVineYard (@Mantsha_B) May 14, 2018
— Ayanda Ngwenya🐊 (@Ayanda007) May 15, 2018
Source: Times Live