Previous Ekurhuleni city chairman the African National Congress has uncovered on Twitter that he is presently a uber driver. Mzwandile Masina who was removed by Democratic Alliance city chairman, Tania Campbell uncovered this to his 250 000 devotees.
" Having lost pay from my past arrangement, I wish to report that I have gotten a new line of work as a Uber driver. The people who maintained my future with Uber were quite close. Allow us to celebrate the ruler. You can't put a decent man down.
Masina served for a long time in his job yet couldn't win a subsequent term. He had been administrator of the ANC for Ekurhuleni preceding that, an individual from parliament and a previous delegate priest of Trade and Industry. He is an extremely open ally of previous President Jacob Zuma.
Uber profit are a significant lessening to the income he got as city hall leader. A uber driver makes about R60 000 concurring za.indeed.com, while a chief city chairman at a significant region like Ekurhuleni can make about R1.5 million per year. It seems the city chairman has run into some bad luck. Or on the other hand has he? Some accept he may be kidding. Look at their reactions:
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