Nomvula Mokonyane reportedly struggling to recover after undergoing liposuction

The minister allegedly opted for a quick fix to get her body rocking for the beach.

A report in Sunday Sun today alleges that Minister of Environmental Affairs Nomvula Mokonyane has not been able to recover as quickly as she would have liked from a liposuction procedure performed "about a month ago".

Nomvula Mokonyane reportedly struggling to recover after undergoing liposuction
Nomvula Mokonyane reportedly struggling to recover after undergoing liposuction

Nomvula Mokonyane reportedly struggling to recover after undergoing liposuction

The minister allegedly opted for a quick fix to get her body rocking for the beach.

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