All deleted tweets from politicians

This year’s Africa Day celebrations will include a special virtual broadcast featuring speeches by the President of the Republic of South Africa and Chair of the African Union (AU), President @CyrilRamaphosa; the AU Commission Chair His Excellency Moussa Faki Mahamat;

Easter Weekend Road statistics: This year’s Easter holidays came against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, which led to a nation-wide lockdown. With 70% reduction of cars on our roads we must commend our people for complaisance. #EasterWeekendStats

PresidencyZA (ANC) replied to @PresidencyZA :

chosen to commemorate this year’s World AIDS day here in Matlosana in acknowledgement of prevailing challenges of HIV infections in this area as well as efforts by current leadership to revive the North West Provincial AIDS Council.” Address by

People's servant (DA) tweeted :

Congratulations to our own @ShoMadjozi we are proud of you for winning Best New International Act at this year’s #BETAwards. Halala Africa! Halala @ShoMadjozi!

Solly mZimanga of the DA says they are aiming for 27% of the national elections vote in this year’s elections... When you’ve accepted you’re a loser and there is no prospects of winning ... how will you be President Muruti with a 27% electoral support ? @MmusiMaimane ?

RT @alanwinde: On the road I visited the surrounding areas of Betty’s Bay affected by the devastating fires that broke out on New Year’s day. Devastating to see. We will rebuild and get through this devastation. Thank you to all the volunteers and firefighters.

Buti Manamela (ANC) tweeted :

New Year’s Day Party...

David Maynier MP (DA) tweeted :

Sudan’s opposition urges New Year’s Eve march against president via @FT…

RT @NomzamoMbatha: Incredibly honoured to host this year’s Nansen Refugee Awards in Geneva where we honour a truly remarkable spirit: Dr. Evan Atar. Visiting Maban, South Sudan and seeing his amazing work in providing health care to people forced to flee was deeply inspiring #DoItLuQuLuQu

RT @NomzamoMbatha: Congratulations to one of my life’s greatest inspirations, Dr Atar, who has just been named as this Year’s @Refugees #NANSENAward recipient. An honour to have met him in Maban, South Sudan earlier this year. Servicing over 200 000 people as the only surgeon at the hospital