MK Military veterans blocked the N3 as they headed to the KZN legislature to hand over a list of demands to the government.
MKMVA president Kebby Maphatsoe distanced the group from an earlier statement from MKMVA spokesperson Carl Niehaus which said filing legal charges against Jacob Zuma was “perilous,” but that the association remained concerned over the state capture inquiry’s treatment of the former president.
Mavuso Msimang had previously said that the association, unlike other structures of the ANC, had no status and should not even have an office at ANC’s Luthuli House headquarters.
Transport minister Fikile Mbalula went on a twitter rant, targeting several members of the MKMVA and even former president Jacob Zuma
MKMVA President Kebby Maphatsoe has denied the military wing is aligned to any faction in the ANC and has called on Mbalula to get Prasa’s affairs on track
Transport minister Fikile Mbalula has labelled Carl Niehaus as merely being a thug employed by ANC secretary general Ace Magashule to Luthuli House
In January 2019, a group of MKMVA members stormed the offices of the provincial ANC office in Durban, KZN.
The ANC in KZN and the MKMVA KZN PEC have distanced themselves from the planned protests
The KwaZulu-Natal wing of the MK veterans has offered to assist the military in enforcing lockdown regulations.
Thandi Ndlovu was involved in a head-on collision while driving in the North West Province,, she succumbed to her injuries in hospital on Saturday.
Siphiwe Nyanda led the echoes of caution to Jacob Zuma, warning that the former president was digging his own grave.
Multiple death threats have been made against the MKMVA’s Carl Niehaus this month. The vile posts could now land one online troll in court.
Jacob Zuma’s biggest cheerleader, Carl Niehaus, has warned the media that he and the MK Veterans “are coming for journalists” who show them disrespect.
Where can we sign up to become MK veterans in Durban?
South Africa celebrates Reconciliation Day on 16 December, but the day also marks the anniversary of Umkhonto Wesizwe.
Military veterans say they’ve been sidelined.
Some of the military veterans at Umkhonto we Sizwe are still fighting in Jacob Zuma’s corner. Unfortunately, they don’t have much faith in our judicial system.
More money for “support”.
So it’s all our fault the state has been captured, then. I see…
The Zuma camp are also mobilising…
Jacob Zuma’s loyalists have stepped up their campaign against finance minister Pravin Gordhan, with some NEC members joining the call for the president to sack the minister.
Read the full memorandum, handed over by the Senior Commanders and Commissars of the ruling ANC’s military MK.
Controversial ANC loyalist and former Ekurhuleni Police chief Robert McBride inches his way forward to being appointed the head of the Independent Police Investigative Directorate, as critics fear the divisive nomination will plummet the South African Police Service further into corruption.