- The City of Johannesburg has taken to its Twitter page to ask Mzansi to budget wisely
- The post comes after an angry person demanded a loan be paid back to them by spray painting the demand on a wall
- Mzansi was left laughing out loud by the post, many of them sharing their thoughts in the comment section
The City of Johannesburg recently took to its Twitter page to advise people to budget wisely this December after an angry person demanded to be paid back by spray painting the request on a public wall.
In the hilarious post, the admin behind the City of Joburg's Twitter page also urged Mzanisi to handle their private affairs privately and to avoid vandalism to get their messages across to each other.
"We urge residents to sort out their personal issues appropriately please #BudgetYourDezemba and report vandalism to 0800 00 25 87 #JoburgBylaws"
The post soon received hundreds of reactions from Twitter users who found it hilarious. Many of them took to the comment section to share their thoughts, some of which you can read below.
"Better even... residents should take spelling lessons before they vandalise."
"I am wondering if it's a guy who did this."
"Yo Thulani, you must pay up. Worse behaviour, English never loved you."
"Vandalism?? Hayibo this is a friendly reminder."
"Eish the way this spray paint was done in a hurry, nje and how tomorrow was spelt, ahhhh I can totally sense the frustration here shame. Khokhelani abantu please."
In other interesting Briefly.co.za news, thanks to the global coronavirus pandemic, the sale of masks has soared. Along with masks being sold on every corner, mask creations are also becoming more and more weird and wonderful. The Facebook page of City of Joburg recently took a moment to warn people from buying just any type of mask.
"Joburg residents, please wear APPROVED masks hle, don’t switch it up for the summer #WearAMask #JoburgCares," they wrote in the Facebook post.
They also decided to include a hilarious picture of face masks made from orange sack material, much to the amusement of Facebookers who reacted to the funny warning over 1 000 times. They also decided to head to the comments section to voice their thoughts.
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