Paul Mashatile Says That He Does Not Steal And South Africans Can Trust Him If He Takes Power

Paul Mashatile Says That He Does Not Steal And South Africans Can Trust Him If He Takes Power
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South Africans no longer have trust in the government especially the ANC government. There is a lot of things that they might have done in the past but at the same time there are a lot of things that are just going wrong, and they do not seems to be doing anything about the concerns of the people.

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But one thing about ANC

The support for the ANC is not looking good at all. But we have seen that with the deputy president Paul Mashatile, there seems to be some of those who think that he can do a better job if he becomes a president. But we have seen that there has been a lot of things being said about him especisllly after that scandal where his security personnel were recorded on camera assaulting three men on the N1 in Johannesburg. Some are saying that the deputy president should have got out of the car to reprimand his body guards while some are saying that there is no way he could have tempered with their work as they know best how to protect him.

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But the deputy president was interviewed by JJ Tabane and he asked him if the people of South Africa can trust him if he end up being the president. And he responded by saying that he does not steal and the people can trust him. He says that there is a lot of youth in Alexander that he has helped. It is what he does and good at. He says that if even if they check his record for the last 40 years, they will not find anything that will link him to corruption. But we know that no one has ever admitted to being corrupt until they are caught.

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