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DA lays extortion and corruption charges against Mduduzi Manana

Please find attached an English soundbite by DA Shadow Deputy Minister of Women, Terri Stander MP. Please find pictures attached here, here and here.  Today, DA Shadow Deputy Minister of Women, Terri Stander MP, accompanied by DA Spokesperson on Community Safety in the Gauteng Provincial Legislature, Michele Clarke MPL, and DA Gender Chairperson in Gauteng…

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DA to lay extortion and corruption charges against Mduduzi Manana

The DA will file charges of corruption and extortion against disgraced ANC Member of Parliament and convicted woman beater, Mduduzi Manana, following the release of a voice clip where he could be heard trying to extort his former domestic worker, Ms Christine Wiro, after she laid criminal charges against him. In the clip, Mr Manana…

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Mduduzi Manana: ANC must fire disgraced MP, SAPS must investigate

The DA calls on the South African Police Service (SAPS) to investigate the claims of assault laid against ANC Member of Parliament, Mduduzi Manana, by his former domestic worker, Christine Wiro. The suggestion that the SAPS will no longer investigate the claim because the complainant has “withdrawn” it, is both disingenuous and contrary to the…

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DA to report Mduduzi Manana to Parliament’s Ethics Committee

The DA will lodge a complaint against ANC Member of Parliament, Mduduzi Manana, with Parliament’s Ethics Committee, with a view to have him removed as an MP. This is in light of fresh allegations of assault laid against Manana yesterday by his domestic worker. These allegations include assault, crimen injuria and intimidation for allegedly pushing…

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Khoza’s axing shows the ANC cannot be trusted

The axing of the Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Public Service and Administration, Makhosi Khoza, is the clearest example yet of how the ANC’s in-fighting is preventing Parliament from doing the people’s business. The message this sends to other Chairpersons and office bearers in Parliament is that if they do their job and fulfil…

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DA to report Manana to Commission for Gender Equality

The DA is appalled by recent reports of Deputy Higher Education Minister, Mduduzi Manana’s, alleged treatment of his former secretary as well as other female employees in his department. Allegations include swearing at his former secretary, making her sit outside his apartment in winter in Cape Town from midnight to 2 am as “punishment” and…

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Manana has no place in Cabinet

The DA reiterates our call for Deputy Minister of Higher Education, Mduduzi Manana, to be fired immediately following his violent assault of a woman at a Johannesburg nightclub. This assault is a shocking indictment on Manana and he must now face the full might of the law. Manana has today been charged with two counts…

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Zuma should fire Deputy Minister Manana immediately

President Zuma should fire Deputy Minister Mduduzi Manana immediately, regardless of the hollow apology Manana issued today. Manana’s violent assault of a woman in a nightclub is a criminal act, which he has now confessed to, and is a profound disgrace to the government and to the country. Mr Manana continues to equivocate, claiming that…

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