When it rains it pours indeed! Bad news are following Mzwandile Masina.
It's barely a week since Mzwandile Masina lost his Mayoral position after the DA took over Ekurhuleni Metro. Masina left office with his head hung in shame and we doubt if he has recovered from the "heartbreak". After losing his position, things are already not looking good for him. Police are digging out matters of the past. According to News24, Police in Gauteng are currently busy with investigations on a case of reckless and negligent driving in which the former Ekurhuleni mayor was alleged to have driven a state blue-light vehicle without authority and under the influence of alcohol. The incident reportedly took place back in August 2020.
Masina was allegedly driving a BMW 540i when hit the back of a truck on the N12 highway in Johannesburg. The truck was undamaged, but the car had some minor damage with the passenger side scraped and the mirror broken. According to Gauteng police spokesperson Captain Kay Makhubela, who spoke to City Press, a case of reckless and negligent driving against Masina is still under investigation.
Isn't it funny how the police have been dragging their feet all this time, but now that he's no longer mayor they are back to investigating the matter?
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