SOUTH AFRICA, LANGA - As Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has approved the appointment of Zolani Matthews as the Prasa's Group CEO, it appears mr Fix will be fixing alot more than just he's hair in the coming weeks, as he is currently encountering another different problem in the form of shacks on the railway lines. 'Mr. Fix' accompanied the new Group CEO of PRASA, Zolani Matthews, on an assessment visit in Langa. The shacks on the tracks of the Central Line in Langa is one of the massive problems that stand in the way of public transport. However this type of behavior from South Africans is expected, and is seen as a norm, because the government authorized, it to happen, by doing mothing earlier, and it will continue to happen because government is using it to their advantage. For years day by day shacks have been going up and nothing has happened. Everywhere there is space shacks have gone up as government ignored the situation. But why do people build shacks on the Railway lines? And when the ANC removes you, you will complain about your human rights? Or you will cry Racism, but you knew for a fact you were not suppose to Build there. Even while the minister visited the train tracks, people were busy putting up more shacks on the tracks. 🤣You are wrong, pack up and move please. These people are being totally unreasonable. Does poverty make a person brain-dead?
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