SA Lady Accused Mxolisi kaunda Mayor Of KwaZulu Of Being a Foreigner From Zambia
As the rate of unemployment keeps escalating in south Africa, south Africans are getting angry about the current situation of the country where by foreigners are getting employed in south Africa while most south Africans are unemployed, due to this alot of controversy information has been making sensation on the social media about some foreigners holding top Position In south Africa and they were not Born in the country, a south African lady listed and Exposed one of them who is a Zambia but currently a Mayor in south Africa.
According to her:
Meet Mxolisi kaunda a Zambia whose is a Meyor in South Africa, while our people are unemployed, I wonder what is it that the ANC have with this Foreign Countries #PutSouthAfricansFirst.
However, a south African who understood the information given by the lady, stated That, durban is in a bad condition today it is because of Mxolisi kaunda who is Destroying the province just because he is the mayor, this is almost the second time south Africans are calling out Mxolisi kaunda as a foreigner holding the position of mayor in south Africa.
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