It has not been even a week since the mayor of Johannesburg Mpho Phalatse was sworn in and already people are starting to complain. There has been many thing that has been happening under the leadership of the ANC but people were not complaining. Now a Person has just resumed office and already there are complains. It seems like Mpho Phalatse will have a long way to go. They are not going to make her job easy at all.
The spokesperson of the Zuma Foundation Mzwanele Manyi is already complaining about water shortage in the area. According to Mzwanele Manyi, one of the Sandton areas, Woodmead Ext4 has been without water for the whole day and already he us asking where is Mpho Phalatse.
There is also another burning issue about the posts that are advertised by the city of Johannesburg. It is believed that they only have positions meant for white people and the Indians only. If indeed this is the truth, then we are going to have a very long five years as black people.
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