|Sylvia with her baby, Ziyanda|
Tell me, have you heard anything more ridiculous?
I asked Sylvia why she dresses up in the morning only to come to work and change into an apron...and then at 15:30 dress up again to head straight home.
"For the people in the street. I want them to see me. I have a job," she said.
To be brutally honest, I feel ashamed to say that i know someone who fired her maid for being "too fashionable".
As Twitter friend, Kagiso said this morning: "Being a maid is just a job like any other".