A massive new interchange, which set the government back over a billion rand, was declared open and South Africans are thanking an unlikely person for it.
On Wednesday, Briefly.co.za took to Facebook to share the news of the R1.1 interchange on KwaZulu-Natal, which was recently open to traffic by the Department of Transport.
The project was undertaken by road agency Sanral and it would act as an important route in the greater eThekwini metropolitan highway system.
South Africans were impressed by the new interchange and they went on to praise former South African president Jacob Zuma for making it possible.
Dumisane Sdums Boom Ntungabili commented: "Don't forget thanks to Jacob Zuma."
Bongaan Nevertte added, "The country is beautiful what are yo ppl ever not going to complain about?Hear says are a problem to us and killing our nation . learn to study things and not get them wrong.Stop watching Zondo commission who has been to jail?constitution of roads is a lot of money JZ has No cent out of it."
Manqoba Mnguni said, "Thanks to former President Jacob Zuma this is one of your undying legacies."
Okmalume Koolkat wrote, "@least 1 good thing was done in de 10yrs of looting, good job kzn anc"
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