The election has arrived. Political leaders funded a quick alternative way to impress residents and buy their voices.
Surely there is an illegal way to campaign. People should not be forced to choose certain political parties, because they are given money. It's like bribery, and the public must be aware of such campaigners. Paul Mashite, who is a former Minister of Arts and Culture, who was replaced by Nathi Mthetwa had surprised South Africa after the action he took in a church. The lowest action that can be taken by the political leader is to get a voice. ANC has done it without regret. This shows the level of despair at the party. There is an awareness that everything may not match local national elections. People are bored with empty promises that the party has made for more than 25 years now. There is a need for change. Mkhize, Deputy Minister late in the presidency, remembered by warning service in Randburg. Mkhize died of cancer last Thursday, at the age of 69 years.
Paul Mashatile, Treasurer of the General of the African National Congress, described it as a "phenomenal woman." "Death has robbed us from a cadre that shows off some of the best quality needed by our movements, causing us to shiver in the cold and dark," he said. "We will always remember Comrade Hluengiwe as a humble and reliable servant of South Africans."
Paul Mashite has his reasons for his actions. He is responsible for what he has done. He can justify the incident, only those who are present about scenes show what happened. Everything happens quickly. It is the deceased Warning Service Prof. Hluengiwe Mkhize. People hope that Paul Mashite's actions do not endanger the legend warning service that falls Prof. Hluengiwe Mkhize.
"I was told that the treasurer of the Um General Paul Mashatile, at the campaign trail, is now busy spending money in the church in Vhembe, while the staff @myanc is not paid. Yes, do we lose our moral compass ?? Quran our beloved ANC," said Carl Niehaus who was suspended.
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