Entertainer Natasha Thahane was all the rage this previous end of the week and not positively.
The star bested the patterns list via online media in the wake of uncovering data that didn't agree with a many individuals.
In her meeting on "Webcast and Chill" with MacG, Natasha uncovered that she got over R1 million in assets from the public authority in the wake of contacting lawmaker Baleka Mbete.
Natasha, who is the granddaughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, let MacG know that she had required assistance to pay for her examinations at the New York Film Academy in 2017.
As indicated by the previous Skeem Saam entertainer, she contacted Baleka Mbete who was then speaker of parliament, and the ANC director.
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Baleka obviously connected with the division of expressions to organize the cash, in overabundance of R1 million, that went towards Natasha's examinations.
"I asked Mam' Baleka (Mbete) and resembled, 'Mom, I want to return to school. I've been acknowledged... I don't have the foggiest idea what I will do, would i be able to have reserves? Kindly organize something for me.'
"She figured out how to address (the office) Arts and Culture and they had the option to help me," she said on the web recording.
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