- Pearl Thusi has shared her views on which political party she would vote for but made it clear that she's not voting for the DA
- The media personality is one of many celebs who have slammed the ANC-led government amid the ongoing unrest in the country
- The Queen Sono actress has asked social media users who they prefer voting for bewteen the EFF and GOOD
Pearl Thusi has asked Mzansi social media users who they'll vote for in the upcoming national elections. The media personality is one of the celebrities who have been vocal on social media since the looting and violent protests started earlier this week.
The Queen Sono actress has joined thousands of tweeps who have slammed the ANC-led government for failing to improve the lives of ordinary citizens and for failing to address the ongoing unrest in some parts of Mzansi.
"Would you guys trust Patricia de Lille’s 'GOOD' party or the EFF? (DA is not even an option for me I’m sorry)."
Tweeps shared mixed reaction's to the star's post. Check out some of their comments below:
"EFF all the way, at least they care about a black person unlike the ANC."
"DA for me, a black man was given the chance to rule but failed dismally, maybe a white man will attract more investors from Europe. During the apartheid era black people had jobs and there was no corruption."
"Let's give Julius Malema a chance. After all we have nothing to loose ANC has done too much damage."
"I think EFF will make a good coalition government with the ANC."
"Action SA, most of the things they'll tackle are some of the issues we have us ordinary citizens. And I've seen the good work @HermanMashaba has already done."
Pearl Thusi prays for healing amid violent Mzansi protests
In related news, Briefly News reported that Pearl Thusi has taken to social media to share her opinion on the volatile situation in Mzansi. The stunner said she couldn't even sleep on Monday, 12 January because of the current violent looting, arrests and shootings taking place in Mzansi.
The media personality shared that she was sorry for all the people who are suffering because of the state of affairs in South Africa. She wrote on Twitter:
"I can’t sleep… people out there are seriously suffering. Young and old. This is so sad man… I pray healing for my country… that people can live in peace and dignity."
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