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FROM CRICKETER TO BUS DRIVER

FROM CRICKETER TO BUS DRIVER

Former Zimbabwe cricket team fast bowler player Waddington Mwayenga is now a bus driver in Australia.

“I love it, it’s very flexible and you meet some amazing people,” Mwayenga said recently in an interview with the Australian TV station Channel 9 News.

Mwayenga is a father of two children: a three-year-old son and daughter born in 2019. After having his first child in 2017, he was
attracted to a career at Transdev because he wanted a flexible job to help his wife raise the family.

FROM CRICKETER TO BUS DRIVER

The 36-year-old Zimbabwean is one of three former international cricketers currently employed by the Melbourne-based bus company known as Transdev, together with former Sri Lanka players Suraj Randiv and Chinthaka Jayasinghe.