Zuma 'not surprised' about plan to oust him by 'known enemy agent' Hanekom


- city-press.news24.com | 3 months ago

He alleged that there were three – two foreign and one local – intelligence organisations tirelessly working towards “assassinating” his character and plotted his demise.

Zuma claimed that these attacks on his good name had spanned a period of 20 years and had in recent times manifested in ANC members working as spies to bring him down. On Tuesday Malema lent some credibility to Zuma’s allegations when he, addressing supporters outside the North Gauteng High Court, said his party had worked with the South African Communist Party’s deputy general secretary Solly Mapaila and Hanekom to oust Zuma through a motion of no confidence.

Malema was at court to support Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane in her matter against Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan.

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