- Mzansi actress Rami Chuene is confused about Minister Lindiwe Sisulu's statements about bringing Cuban engineers to SA in a mentorship and skills transfer programme
- Taking to social media, Rami slammed Minister Sisulu for accusing the media of propaganda
- The minister has 'hired' 24 Cuban engineers to help with poor water infrastructure in South Africa
Isono actress Rami Chuene is one of the citizens who is currently not pleased with the South African government. Minister of Water and Sanitation Lindiwe Sisulu hired 24 Cuban engineers to help with the water crisis in Mzansi but some people are not having it.
Unemployment is a serious problem in the country and many feel that it was unwise to hire foreigners to do a job that an engineering graduate can do. Taking to social media, Rami slammed the minister for this decision and her reasoning for it.
"That awkward moment when Min. Lindiwe Sisulu accuses @Radio2000ZA of pushing propaganda re Cuban engineers, insisting that she made a public call to black engineers but only white engineers responded," tweeted Rami.
Rami was confused about this statement and didn't understand why Sisulu would say this. She defended herself and revealed where she heard this.
"They ask where was the ‘call’ made, she says on 702. Okay," said the actress.
Mzansi social media users reacted to Rami's tweet and gave their input about the situation:
"She is a human being with mistakes too. Just like you Rami."
"But so what if white engineers responded? If they are SAns, then how is it a problem?"
"That’s the only thing they are good at. Accusing people of plotting against them when hard questions are asked."
In similar news, Briefly News reported that Rami Chuene tore into Minister Nathi Mthethwa. Actress Rami Chuene has had enough of Minister Mthethwa. Taking to social media, Rami posted a picture of the minister on a swing and was very frustrated with him.
She captioned her post:
"Money has been embezzled, there’s been mismanagement of funds and there’s a shortfall that was caused by the overallocation by the NAC mara Minister wa rena a šo, o nametše mozwinki (but our minister is sitting on a swing)."
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