[WATCH] 'Driving R700k rather than R1.2 million car not a sacrifice Mr Mchunu!'
The new upgraded Minsiterail Handbook was released on Monday at a press briefing by Minister for the Public Service and Administration, Senzo Mchunu.
For Senzo Mchunu to cast the fact that ministers will only be allowed to drive in a car that costs R700k as a sacrifice...excuse me? It's a sacrifice when you live in Khayelitsha and you have to pay R900 a month to take a taxi, instead of R190 to take a train, because your bloody government can't keep the trains running. That's a sacrifice! To downgrade from an R1.2 million car to an R700k car, excuse me, it is NOT a sacrifice!"John Maytham, Presenter - CapeTalk
John says there is no difference between these cars...except branding.
What is the difference between those cars? Boggerol!!John Maytham, Presenter - CapeTalk
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