Mantashe: Sisulu did not bring the ANC into disrepute

ANC chairperson Gwede Mantashe has said the party’s national executive committee (NEC) member, Lindiwe Sisulu, saying she had not brought the party into disrepute because she was expressing her personal views. 

In an opinion piece that appeared on IOL, titled “Lindiwe Sisulu: Hi Mzansi, have we seen justice?”, Sisulu launched what has been regarded as a direct attack on the judiciary and the Constitution.

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Lizeka Tandwa
Lizeka Tandwa
Lizeka Tandwa is a political journalist with a keen interest in local government.

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