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David Mabuza Accused Of Doing Murders In Mpumalanga

David Mabuza Accused Of Doing Terrible Murders In Mpumalanga

Date: 2021/12/01

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David Mabuza is in deep trouble in Mpumalanga after he was accused of doing political killings in that part of the country because he openly voted for a man that is accused of murdering his opposition in one of the places he voted at. Mr. Mabuza is going to court now to fight his accusers for defamation of character. 

Mpumalanga had the most political killings this year, most of the people that side struggle with the ANC in office, they said they do not have running water where they live and they go to the offices they get told that they should buy tanks instead of David Mabuza and hos guys to supply running water too.

Mabuza is a vice president of South Africa he should not be accused of such stupid things, the guy had always been against killings and for peace, as he is also one of the guys who fought the old government so the rest of the country can be free and move freely will all these apartheid laws out of the way.

Mpumalanga could be a peaceful pollical Province with nice cities like KZN, Gauteng, and the Western Cape just only if the people stop being corrupt and think for the society at large.

Most parts of Mpumalanga still need proper water and Sanitation, that is the most important thing as it will improve their agricultural products and food will be cheaper as they will have the right tools to grow it faster.

The government of Joburg is and the other three metropolitan cities I named are more successful because there are more people and they are able to work together faster and better without worrying. The Vice President should create jobs at Mpumalanga by installing the infrastructure and hiring the people that live around the area that is how they can grow.


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