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Former Speaker of the Parliament in Hot Water After Natasha Revealed That She Gave her R1 million


Natasha Tahabe is currently umder fire on twitter after she revealed that she got R1 million from the department of Arts and Culture through former speaker of the Parliament and ANC Chairperson Baleka Mbethe. Natasha said that she had been accepted at the New York Academy of Film and after she tried to secure finding with no sucess thats when she called Baleka Mbethe and they gave her R1 million from the department of Arts and Culture .

See how corruption works in SA .When you don't have connections nothing will ever work for you .Imagine the thousands of students who are always applying for funding but they never got it because they dont know people like Baleka Mbethe.But with just a phone call Natasha secured R1 million for her to go study in the USA .

Baleka Mbethe needs to explain how Natasha was given this money .Did she apply for it or it was simple a gift from the taxpayers money .Did she deserve it because even after studying at New York Film Academy Natasha is still one of the worst actors in SA .Will she pay it back .

All of this are questions that need to be answered and Mzansi will not let it slide like that .Baleka Mbethe also needs to be investigated because how many people has she released funds for just like that .Natasha cant be the only one .

Natasha really implicated herself and Baleka Mbethe in this .Worse of all there is recording to prove all of this .Now everyone is coming after Baleka Mbethe including the EFF and Musi Maimmane.

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