Herman Mashaba's Remarks That Could Hurt His Party In The Elections
By News17 | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
The President of Action for South AfricaHerman Mashaba has made remarks that could hurt his party in the upcoming elections. He said the beauty of living in a Constitutional democratic dispensation is that citizens have a right to vote for a political party of their choice.
But Mashaba was hurt by one of the response from Twitter user. The user said: "We’ll let you to expose yourself since you can’t wait for elections to reveal your true colours."
After this comment, Mashaba was flabbergasted and loses cool. He said: "Fellow South Africans, those who are looking for racial parties, Action4SA is certainly not for you. You don't have to concern yourself with its agenda. There are enough Racial parties around for you. Good luck."
Mashaba also landed in trouble with the Economic Freedom Fighters member Mbuyiseni Ndlozi with his comments. Ndlozi said: "What is a racial party? You mean to tell us your party doesn’t see race? Uthini?"
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