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ActionSA Herman Mashaba has finally taken control over SA’s political Fundings.

Herman Mashaba, the founder of ActionSA, has defended himself against a pundit who called him the "Morgan Tsvangirai of South Africa," claiming that he has moved on from the previous president Jacob Zuma's scorn. 

A notion that Herman Mashaba bends to 'whiteness' has been refuted. 

Everything started when Duduzane Zuma's son claimed that "the nation was stolen in 1652," to which Mashaba responded that it was taken "under a majority rule allotment under your father's organization." 

"We are not victims. Our set of experiences is well-known to us. Your father wreaked havoc on black South Africans far worse than the National Party. Please don't offend us "Mashaba made the statement a week ago. 

On Wednesday, the Twitter client made a comparison between Mashaba and the former Zimbabwean resistance leader, claiming that he "bows to whiteness with amazing tolerance and pretends to be the solution to SA cultural life." 

"Whites have groomed him to despise Zuma, and he cherishes and is constrained by them." 

Mashaba retaliated, declaring he would not give in to the pressures of a spouse accused of defilement and culpability. 


"It's really sad when people accept that being dark means they're responsible for debasement and guilt. I'm so delighted such people aren't part of my lovely dark race. They're hoodlums, and that's all they're interested in "he stated 

Mashaba became agitated last month after similar charges surfaced in the online media. 


He denied being a "front," claiming that he invested his time and money in ActionSA. 

"I didn't turn a little firm into a multimillion-dollar conglomerate by allowing people to direct terms to me. I'm my own man, and my attributes are obvious to everybody who looks at me "he stated

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