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ANC paid sex pest Goniwe R1.7m, says report

The ANC paid its former chief whip Mbulelo Goniwe, who was sacked for sexual harassment, R1.7-million for loss of income, according to a report.

Malema could learn from ex-chief whip’s rebound tactics

As Julius Malema drags out his appeal process, he might take comfort from precedent in the case of former ANC chief whip Mbulelo Goniwe.

Joining the ANC’s out-of-favour list

The embattled leader of the ANC Youth League, Julius Malema, joins a growing list of senior members of the party who have been shown the door.

The ANC in pictures

The ANC parliamentary caucus is running its own election campaign and to grace the recent launch it ran a number of ads in Sunday newspapers.

ANC sex pest found guilty — again

Former African National Congress (ANC) chief whip Mbulelo Goniwe has been found guilty of sexual harassment by a party-appointed disciplinary committee, the ANC said on Friday. Goniwe was charged with abuse of office by trying to obtain sexual favours from parliamentary intern Nomawele Njongo on October 25 last year.

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