On ANC: Dlamini-Zuma’s Daughter Drops Bombshell 

On ANC: Dlamini-Zuma’s Daughter Drops Bombshell


Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma’s daughter, Thuthukile Zuma has dropped bombshell on ANC. This comes at a time ANC plans to discipline National Youth Task Team member Sizophila Mkhize over her recent utterances in Kwa-Zulu Natal where she spoke strongly against Indians who murdered black people within the Phoenix Massacre.


ANC revealed that Sizophila Mkhize’s remarks were derogatory and racist towards Indians who murdered black people in Phoenix which she brought the party into disrepute hence disciplinary action are going to be taken against her. Thuthukile Zuma is however not having it and dropped bombshell on ANC that folks like Enoch Godongwana who are the worst disciplined within the party haven’t yet been disciplined yet they’re rushing to discipline Mkhize.


“@MYANC @pulemabe how far is that the disciplinary action of “kuuuuubo”? How can the foremost ill disciplined NEC we’ve ever had since the dawn of democracy want to discipline @SizophilaMkhize once they haven’t yet taken us into confidence on how far they’re on the @EGodongwana matter,”


she said. Source: https://twitter.com/Thuthu_Zuma/status/1421450110844735498?s=19 Thuthukile Zuma is that the youngest daughter of former president Jacob Zuma and Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma and she or he is additionally serving within the ANC. Some critics agree that what ANC NEC is now doing may be a selective approach where others are disciplined, while some are excuse the hook easily. “For me personally they’re very quick to require a action against the youth but others are being treated as glass houses. No fairness in the least,” argued a Twitter user. Thuthukile Zuma says ANC NEC must put it’s house so as first before thinking of disciplining anyone.


“Exactly my point. Why are people recording then leaking recordings of NEC meetings. It points to the ill discipline of NEC members. they need to get their house so as before they will have any credibility to speak discipline,” she said. Content created and supplied by: yunahbvumbwe (via Opera News )