The Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula has thrown a bombshell and said that the former President Jacob Zuma was a disaster. Mbalula made these remarks when he was responding to Lindiwe Sisulu's tweet.
In her tweet, Sisulu said: "What a night! Dinner of the Presidential hopefuls in 2017. It was a good meeting and a wonderful time for all."
In response, Mbalula said: "So how much did you spend on this campaign? You did it for free "
Mbalula said: "Zuma is not a Saint he was a disaster for this country big one. Try me ill tell you why. Zuma organised this with a firm belive that his eife will win. We all got shocked long live! David Mabuza for saving us from this monarchy disaster. Viva Dabede."
If Zuma was a big disaster for the South Africa, why did he continue to serve under him? Mbalula has been the centre of controversy over the weekend over his tweets.
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