Oyster Box minister Bathabile Dlamini’s — who also happens to be leader of the ANC Women’s League and minister of social development — spokesperson took to Facebook with a few pretty crude words for the controversial minister’s detractors.
Despite being told off for ‘prematurely’ endorsing a candidate for the ANC’s succession race by giving their vote to Zuma’s ex wife, the Women’s League refuses to back down on its decision.
The Women’s league is vexed by the Gauteng Liquor Department’s decision to relax alcohol laws during the party’s 105th birthday celebrations this weekend, saying drunk folks could damage the party’s image.
The ANCWL earlier released a statement offering their condolences to Khwezi’s family… after they vilified her for years for accusing Jacob Zuma of raping her. Well, Sout Africans are having none of it.
Remember when minister of social development Bathabile Dlamini spent R11 000 a night on a room in Durban’s swanky Oyster Box hotel, well that was just the tip of the iceberg.
An investigation into a string of illegal land grabs has revealed that the ANC is ‘selling land’ for as little as R100 and encouraging land invasions throughout Tshwane.
The ANC Women’s League’s Bathabile Dlamini — yes, the same minister that said South Africans can live on R753 a day while her hotel room costs R11 000 a night — has come out in support of the ruling party’s controversial Tshwane mayoral candidate.
According to a report by the Sunday Times, an alleged plot to kill the Public Protector has been set in motion, leaving Madonsela fearing for her life.
Earlier this week the ANCWL attacked the Public Protector for doing her job, but Madonsela’s the last woman you want to be taking on.
The ANCWL has stepped up its defence of Jacob Zuma; this time attacking the Public Protector head on. Twitter’s response was every bit as entertaining as you’d expect.
The faux pas will be etched into the internet for all eternity, but at least the ANC Women’s acknowledged their mistake.
When you want to be an activist, but you forget the name of the person you’re campaigning against… awks.
A new column claims that, just because the constitution stops Jacob Zuma from staying in office as president of SA, it doesn’t stop him from remaining on as ANC president and pulling strings behind the scenes.
No, they’re not marching against corruption; not crime, racism, socio-economic issues or the impending drought the Northern provinces face.