- A South African lady recently shared the heartbreaking incident that occurred while she was on holiday
- @jabzKay's 2 cars were broken into and she shared images of the vehicles that had their windows broken
- Minister Fikile Mbalula managed to see the tweet where he responded with a simple "Haaaibo"
@jabzKay shared the horrific incident she experienced while on holiday. @jabzKay was on holiday in Muldersdrift when her cars got broken into. According to @jabzKay, there are three gates before you get into the hotel's premises.
She went on to say that nobody had heard or seen anything leading up to the incident. Reception had also not seen or heard anything as well. The shock that this could happen in a gated premises reached many South Africans, including Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula.
Mbalula responded to @jabzKay's tweet with a well-known Saffa exclamation: "Haaaibo." While many South Africans were concerned about the cars, others were concerned about Mbalula's response to matters that don't particularly concern him.
Take a look at @jabzKay's tweet and Mbalula's response below:
Below are just a few of the responses to Mbalula from Saffa tweeps:
"Twitter minister he only reacts on things that does not (need) his attention. He failed PRASA and taxi industry. Useless minister."
"I see you're taking a leaf from your bosses book. You're shocked neh!"
"I will never forget how you spent the whole day off Twitter when Taxi drivers were causing havoc but here you are quick to reply on tweets that have nothing to do with your job to give the illusion of being active."
Briefly.co.za previously reported on a man who tagged Mbalula in his tweet regarding government employees taking lunch breaks together. Nthapeleng (@Nthapeleng__) shared an image of two desks at a licensing office shutdown for their lunch break.
Nthapeleng tagged Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula in his tweet and asked Mbalula to "end this lunch nonsense." Nthapeleng suggested that different public workers go on lunch at different times.
He also said that government employees in South Africa are not "golden citizens." His frustration with the system quickly gained traction on Twitter and garnered various responses from Saffa tweeps.
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