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Mashaba draws attention to “silent majority” ahead of elections

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Herman Mashaba is claiming that the reason the ruling party remains in power is not because of active voters, but rather, the “silent majority” that consciously does not vote.

Leader of Action SA, Herman Mashaba took to Twitter on Sunday, 25 October 2020, to continue encouraging eligible voters to make their voices heard in the upcoming elections. The conversation was sparked by Mashaba’s tweet on the controversial “swamp school.”

The school, Mayibuye Primary School, was first brought to the media’s attention when Mmusi Maimane visited it for an inspection this year. According to reports, the school was built on a wetland, which rendered it unusable due to leaks from excess water causing flooding in the toilets and classrooms.

Mashaba shone a light on the school again, attributing the evident oversight to the ruling party. When it was suggested that the ANC has remained in power because of its supporters, Mashaba begged to differ. According to him, the reason the ANC has remained in power is because of the “silent majority not exercising their democratic rights to vote.”

See the post below.

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