Minister in the Presidency has tendered his unreserved apologies to South Africans following his blunder during his yesterday’s night interview with Newzroom Afrika that got social media users buffed up.

Minister Jackson Mthembu had yesterday night in an interview with Newzroom Afrika on Sunday mistakenly said “vibrators” instead of “ventilators” while explaining what equipment hospitals will need in preparation for the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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The Minister in a series of tweets via his social media handle apologized to South Africans. In his words he said… Yesterday night during a Newsroom Africa interview by JJ Tabane , I mistakenly referred to #Ventilators as #Vibrators , whilst I did correct this during the same interview , I once again tender my unreserved apology for the slip .

In a recent development about 200 Cuba doctors   arrived South Africa today to help to put to a stop the spread of the pandemic coronavirus (Covid-19) in the country.

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