In the latest inspirational Tweets, many are dressing up like Winnie Mandela and providing their solidarity on the impact she made on South African politics and female power.
This has even inspired Jeremy Brockie's wife Jessica, even though the couple are from New Zealand, they've been in South Africa long enough to understand the importance of this subject.
Say what you will about Ma Winnie but no one can deny she was a woman of fierce courage & determination in the face of horrific adversity & oppression. She deserves to be remembered & celebrated! #WinnieMadikizelaMandela @JRBrockie pic.twitter.com/IkAzmMlhcR — Jessica Brockie (@jessicabrockie) April 6, 2018
You are welcome to join the #NelsonMandela Foundation for a tribute to the late Winnie Madikizela-Mandela on Monday 9 April at Constitution Hïll #WinnieMandela pic.twitter.com/MMxcpmgP5v — NelsonMandela (@NelsonMandela) April 6, 2018
LISTEN to Trevor Manuel blasting ANC SG Ace Magashule over the refurbishement (lack thereof) of the house that #MamaWinnie was banished to in Brandfort. 'Where is the money?' pic.twitter.com/V7BPo74NX4 — Chriselda Lewis (@Chriseldalewis) April 5, 2018
As a man, I feel the need to stand up & join you ladies in honouring & celebrating this woman. She was a mother to all. I'm in equal awe of this force of nature. Womandla!
My doek tying skills are horrible, I know #AllBlackWithADoek #RIPWinnieMadikizelaMandela #RIPMamaWinnie pic.twitter.com/5DWlTPXiXS — Yes, I drink rooibos tea with milk (@SeedAforika) April 6, 2018
A symbol of strength the woman I grew up aspiring to be.A woman of character and poise.Her spirit will live in all of us. pic.twitter.com/jLF6nl1Lvb — QueenNomazulu (@AmandaCwazibe) April 2, 2018