In the Mid 1920s, Prime Minister J.B.M Hertzog made the promise to give women (well white women, really) the vote and give former Malay slaves freedom. In his honour, Malay women created a now well-known tartlet in his honour. A few years later, he made the Women’s Enfranchisement Act of 1930 which gave the white women the power to vote, but he also made it clear he was NOT going to follow through with his other promise. The Malay women once again preceded to make a new bake, this time representing his Hertzog's empty promise. This is called the tweegevrietjie- or two-faced cake.