Lavish life of an ex-deputy minister: Inside Manana's luxury home

Lavish life of an ex-deputy minister: Inside Manana's luxury home

- The former deputy education minister Mduduzi Manana will be launching a new show on YouTube

- He will be helping to sell luxury houses to the rich and famous

- A video was released on Facebook with what appears to be the show's intro

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Former deputy minister Mduduzi Manana has stirred the pot with a video he launched on Facebook for a new business venture.

We get a glimpse at his lavish lifestyle and all the bells and whistles that go with having loads of cash.

He explains in the Facebook post that he would be helping to sell "bespoke houses in Johannesburg and Cape Town".

Briefly.co.zo learned that he posted a five-minute video on Facebook for a property show which he will launch via YouTube in July.

"We will be offering tailor-made connoisseur services, such as full interior decor, trained chef services, chauffeur, garden services and domestic services. It will be a five-star service," he wrote.
"We buy houses and convert them into bespoke spaces and sell them with all your suitable needs. Many professionals never have time so we will come in and offer a full service."

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TimesLIVE had tried to contact Manana but was unsuccessful. He was recently involved in a controversial Instagram post where he was seen wining and dining with disgraced Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams.

She landed herself in hot water over her lockdown lunch and drinks session with former higher education deputy minister Mduduzi Manana.

In the ensuing online storm, One South Africa leader Mmusi Maimane called on President Cyril Ramaphosa to intervene:

"Cyril Ramaphosa we can’t have favourites doing as they please. This virus does not care who is a minister and who is not. How is it that some see it fit to violate lockdown regulations to have dinner and wine with their exiled colleagues?"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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