Penny Ntuli gets job offer from ActionSA leader

By Rorisang Modiba

Penny Ntuli, a South African media personality and radio presenter, recently left Gagasi FM because the station offered her a salary of R2,800 per month. 

This amount caused a lot of anger on social media, with many former radio station employees speaking about the poor treatment they received. 

The chairperson of ActionSA in KwaZulu-Natal Zwakele Mncwango, has offered her an employment opportunity in the private sector. 

He said he didn’t know Penny personally, but her story touched him

“Especially when I saw comments from other politicians disrespecting her. Just seeing the leaders making fun of someone’s sister is not helping. I ask those who know her to ask her to contact me,” Zwakele told Zimoja.

“I have a job for her, it is not related to politics but it’s a good offer. She can start that work immediately in the private sector.” 

He said she had not responded to his call.

“I completely understand that. Her story has aroused a lot of public debate both negative and positive. 

“The reason why I decided to reach out to her was because of the negative comments and people who were rejoicing in her downfall,’ he said.

“It would be insensitive of me to discuss that in the media before I speak to her. All I can say is it is a private job in the medical field.”

Pictured above: Penny Ntuli. 

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