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Fikile Mbalula Said He Is Not Feeling Any Pressure Because of The New Advertised Tenders

Fikile Mbalula Said He Is Not Feeling Any Pressure| Here Is Why

Date: 2022/05/24

The minister of transport will be facilitating the people who will bid for the new tenders worth more than 18bn rands to fix the roads of South Africa, more especially in Kwa Zulu-Natal as they lost infrastructure due to the floods that occurred during good Friday.

The minister said that the mistakes that led to the state capture will no longer happen as they believe that they have learned from their mistakes, also he is not feeling any pressure because he is not a corrupt guy, he is the coolest minister in the cabinet.

Politicians are synonymous with the word corruption, but Mbalula on the other side he loves enjoying life and living like a young star, he became a legend at an early age, Cyril Ramaphosa loves him so did Jacob Zuma, and everyone feels that he could be the next president only if he relaxes and stops going to the club.

Unfortunately more than half of South Africa’s population is below the age of 30 so he appeals to the majority.

J.J Thabane a news reporter from eTV once exposed him for not telling the truth about the number of houses that were built in Sandton.

Dr Onkgopotse JJ Tabane has a PhD from Wits University.

Political Parties will be looking for the mistakes that they made so they can tell the entire country how useless the African National Congress is, people want to make sure that their tax money benefits them, also they want to see beautiful roads not just in the metro cities, but all over the country. Mbalula said he will not be bought, the company that will win the tender will be most deserving, and they will win according to merit and how qualified they are to do the job.

Source:https://twitter.com/TimesLIVE/status/1528972329015037954

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