- Herman Mashaba is thanking a group of men for a new building donated to the party
- Mashaba formed ActionSA in August this year and the party is quickly gaining followers throughout the country
- The building is in GaSekgopo village, which is between Polokwane and Malamulele in Limpopo province
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Herman Mashaba, the current leader of ActionSA, has thanked a group of men for donating a building to the party. Mashaba founded ActionSA in August this year. Twitter user @peter_tlouane posted a picture of the building yesterday.
The building is in GaSekgopo village on the R81, which is a provincial route that connects Polokwane with Malamulele. Mashaba quote tweeted @peter_tlouane asking him how it was done, the full tweet read:
"This is incredible. Please enlighten us how this was done. Our volunteers are showing us something here. South African have been long waiting for the opportunity for self-reliance."
Take a look at the quote tweet below:
Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the replies under the tweet:
"Mr Mashaba, I wish you and you Party strength. Please take leadership seriously."
"Salute them that means they trust ActionSA like me."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Mashaba who is confident that his political party will win major municipalities. Leader of ActionSA and former mayor of Johannesburg Herman Mashaba has said, his political party is going to win the three major municipalities in Gauteng.
These municipalities are Johannesburg, Tshwane and Ekhuruleni. Mashaba shared a video on his social media where he is speaking about the election of ward councillors for ActionSA. Mashaba was the mayor of Johannesburg from 2016-2019. On 29 August 2020, he announced the formation of his own political party called ActionSA.
His political party was registered with the Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) following his announcement. The former mayor wants to bring about change and wants anyone who wants to give any regular citizen who wants to become a part of his political party the fair chance to do so.
Briefly.co.za also reported on Mashaba dedicating a moment to Mzansi. Mashaba enjoyed a proud moment with the registration of ActionSA with the Independent Electoral Commission.
In a statement on this achievement, Mashaba explained that the process was started immediately after the party was finally unveiled last month. The party will be operating on a national level with Mashaba making it clear contesting the next local election is just the start.
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