- Apr 8, 2006
But I thought he said they wouldnt retract it?
He was obviously trying to be clever, to use the ANC's position to fight his own personal battles, like they used to do during the Zuma days.But I thought he said they wouldnt retract it?
100%^According to the source, the ANC's top six agreed that Magashule would deal with the allegations in Myburgh's book on his own.
Nah, I was referring specifically to Mr Legoete .He was obviously trying to be clever, to use the ANC's position to fight his own personal battles, like they used to do during the Zuma days.
So no longer is it the right hand not knowing what the left hand is doing... the right hand is fscking clueless about what its doing as well....ANC acting spokesperson Dakota Legoete confirmed that the party would not take back its Sunday statement.
"No there is no retraction that is going to be done. The matter is now going to be handled by the SG," Legoete told News24.
Oh? Dakota must be having a hard time deciding which side of the faction he must align with.Nah, I was referring specifically to Mr Legoete .
His own words from yesterday : https://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/no-retraction-from-anc-but-magashule-must-handle-corruption-claims-on-his-own-20190402
So no longer is it the right hand not knowing what the left hand is doing... the right hand is fscking clueless about what its doing as well....
Come then Ace, lodge the court cases why don't you if you feel so aggrieved that Pieter has done you such a wrong by lying about you....ANC Secretary-General Ace Magashule has accused journalist Pieter-Louis Myburgh of being a "blatant liar", suggesting he never received any questions about his alleged involvement in kickbacks and corruption in the Free State during his tenure as premier.
Myburgh's book Gangster State: unraveling Ace Magashule’s web of capture, which was released this week, details a series of serious claims against the Magashule during his nine-year reign as Free State premier.
https://citizen.co.za/news/south-africa/politics/2112460/please-take-myburgh-to-court-so-we-can-expose-your-corruption-da-tells-magashule/The Democratic Alliance’s Dr Roy Jankielsohn has reacted to ANC secretary general Ace Magashule’s claim that he was in the process of taking legal action against investigative journalist Pieter-Louis Myburgh and others by saying he would “look forward to this”, because it would give him an opportunity to “expose” Magashule’s wrongdoings.
Myburgh’s new book Gangster State: Unravelling Ace Magashule’s web of capture places the ANC secretary general at the centre of state capture and details his alleged corruption and gangsterism.