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Action SA leader Herman Mashaba.
Action SA leader Herman Mashaba.
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It's a David versus Goliath type of stand-off over the ownership of a name and political party logo. 

At least this is according to Party of Action SA (POASA) leader Billy Nyaku who is fighting Herman Mashaba's newly launched Action SA. 

Nyaku successfully objected to the Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) against the registration of the party formed by the former Johannesburg mayor and entrepreneur.

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