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Natasha Thahane clarifies the public on the R1 million scandal

Source: EWN

South African actress Natasha Tahane revealed that these were out-of-context words during the interview and she was soaked in hot water. Thahane, the grand daughter of Nobel laureate Honorary Archbishop Desmond Tutu, interviewed McGuyver Mukweffho via a podcast and chill to study in a New York movie in 2017 after former Speaker of Parliament Baleka Mbete.

She called Mbete, she called "Mam'Baleka" and then she contacted the department to arrange funding, she said. She didn't say she received a million ren from her department, but many see that she referred to the total cost of a million rants indicates that she received that amount.

The anger quickly continued on social media, with many challenging reactions from Tahane, Mubete, and the department. In particular, the department has now diverted millions of people who are supposed to assist artists during the COVID 19 pandemic and needed help.

Following development, Tahane posted a video on her social media account to "clarify" what she said in an interview. "We haven't received a million rants from Mambareka Mubete or the Ministry of Sport, Arts and Culture.

Interviews show that we're out of context." Looking back, it's as if we have a personal relationship. I talked about them as if they were. it's not. She was attending a meeting, I was in the building, and then I talked to her and said, "I was accepted by the New York Film Academy. Can you give me some advice on funding?" rice field.

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