Action SAInterim eThekwini regional chairman Busisiwe Ntshingila has quit the party, claiming it is no different from the African National Congress (ANC).

In his resignation letter, Ntshingila says there are currently many self-absorbed politicians in South Africa who are simply in it to gain power, money and fame without regard for the ordinary South African.

“ActionSA is far from what this country needs. On face value they seem to have potential, but like the ANC they seem to have leaders and agendas that are well hidden and will end up serving personal interests rather than the needs of the people who actually voted for them , »

“Every day I realize that ActionSA is no different from the ruling party. Protecting vested interests and deploying personnel are worded differently but ultimately implemented the same way,” Ntshingila said.

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She said she wrestled with the decision to resign for more than six months before realizing that ActionSA “couldn’t” solve the country’s problems.

“During the People’s Dialogue, I believed that ActionSA was an alternative for the people of South Africa, but after months of working in various executive structures and now serving as Interim Chairman of the eThekwini Region, I am desperate and convinced that ActionSA is not what she thinks she is and can’t fix this country.”

Ntshingila says many people stay in political parties even when they see the party failing South Africans because they hold a high position in the party.

“But I have a 10-year-old son and I cannot betray him and continue to serve knowing what I know just because I am in a high position. I choose to stand with my son, I choose to stand with the future generations of South Africa.”

ActionSA chairman Michael Beaumont confirmed receipt of Ntshingila’s resignation letter.

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