There's a post making rounds on the social media streets whereby ActionSA leader, Herman Mashaba, shows off a building that was once highjacked by foreigners in Johannesburg in a decapitated mode, now fixed for the residents by his party.
Mashaba said if his party is elected to run the Johannesburg, there's more to come with regards to gaining back highjacked buildings from foreigners. He said he's gonna fix them and give them to the rightful residents of South Africa and make sure foreigners don't come near those buildings.
As you’d expect, after South Africans saw the post, they quickly ran to the comments section to commend Mashaba and his team for the amazing work they've done with regards to fixing the building and also exposing ineffectiveness of the ANC after they did nothing about the highjacked buildings for the past 20 years or so.
Indeed Mashaba's party is all about the ACTION and not the chatty patiness like those in red overalls and those who ruled the country for the last 27 years.
Any party can talk that good talk but ultimately, we judge ACTIONS and not words, Mashaba should keep doing what he's doing.
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