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Mashaba suggests revisiting Constitution’s stance on religion

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Herman Mashaba took to Twitter to suggest that God should be included in the country’s Constitution, claiming that the unrest is due to the supposed disregard for religion.

Leader of Action SA, Herman Mashaba took to Twitter on Thursday, 22 October 2020, to suggest God’s exclusion from the Constitution should be revisited. This was in response to a comment on his post from Wednesday, 21 October 2020.

Mashaba had reacted to a report of a sexual assault incident at the Bheki Mlangeni Hospital. In his tweet, Mashaba claimed, “The devil has certainly invaded our beloved country. A patient raped in hospital! This evil can only happen in a country that is cursed. We need urgent intervention before it is too late.”

A commentator then suggested that the prevailing evil is because of God’s exclusion from the Constitution, in favour of secularism, resulting in the country and its citizens having no moral code. Mashaba agreed with the user, further suggesting that the matter should be revisited. This is despite the deliberate intention of the Constitution to remain neutral on such matters, considering the diversity of the country.

See the post below.

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