|| Thursday, 11th of August 2022 || Municipalities || Government || Unemployment || Entertainment || Trending Tweets || Black Twitter || Jobs Opportunities ||
Recently a Twitter influencer named Aviwe Ndabazipheli went viral on twitter after he posted a shocking tweet which started a huge controversy about how ladies get employed at the Government Municipalities jobs. He tweeted ''This is how ladies apply for a job in South African Municipalities'' along with a photograph of an office desk.
Getting a stable job is very hard in South Africa, allegedly most individuals have to pay a certain amount to get hired. Aviwe's tweet started a whole conversation about daily struggle of looking for a job.
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