Trouble seems to be following Mpumalanga premier Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane, or is it her looking for trouble? Just a few days ago, the premier found herself in hot water for "dropping" her mask at minister Jackson Mthembu's funeral. Mtsweni-Tsipane had to find herself at the police station where she admitted guilt and paid a fine for flouting lockdown regulations. Now, the premier is making news for the wrong reasons again. There are allegations that she has been linked to some tender scandal. Records from the
Inconvenience is by all accounts following Mpumalanga head Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane, or is it her trying too hard to find something?Only a couple days prior, the head ended up in steaming hot water for "dropping" her veil at serve Jackson Mthembu's memorial service.
The 'no mask' blunder committed by Mpumalanga premier Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane seems to have deepened. The whole dramatic occurrence has resulted in some members in the Mpumalanga cabinet planning to consider a no confidence vote against the premier. Coupled with the scandal around the irregular appointment 97 trainee traffic officials at the Mpumalanga Traffic College, things are really looking bad for Mtsweni-Tsipane. Dark days seem to be ahead of her. To make matters even worse for the premier, her relationship
Mpumalanga Premier Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane seems to be following trouble, or is she looking for trouble? Just a few days earlier, the Prime Minister "dropped" her mask in Minister Jackson Mthembu's funeral in hot water. Mtsweni-Tsipane had to find herself in the police station, admitting her guilt and fining the violation of lock-down restrictions.
Image: Premier Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane. The political mess in Mpumalanga seems to be continuing. It's not a secret that the province's former premier, David Mabuza, is the one who was supporting the new premier to take over the political reigns of the ANC in the province. Mabuza's support for Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane obviously angered many in the political cycle. Now it seems like there are politicians within Mtsweni-Tsipane'cabinet who are planning to lodge a vote of no confidence against the premier. According
Recently chose Mpumalanga ANC director Mandla Ndlovu says his common chief panel (PEC) has no intends to review Premier Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane, who neglected to come to the region's main five after the as of late finished up gathering. In any case, he demanded that it depended on the ANC to choose the chief's future, despite the fact that he by and by wouldn't uphold her chopping out, similarly as not help previous president Thabo Mbeki's reviewing by the public leader board (NEC).
ANC heavyweight in Mpumalanga region Mandla Msibi experienced a substantial blow when the ANC in the region and Premier Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane called for him to move to one side. Mpumalanga Premier dropped the sensation about the MEC following a gathering with the commonplace leader council (PEC), which concluded that Msibi should move to one side from partaking in the party's political decision battling too his situation as MEC for agribusiness.
The provincial African National Congress structure in Mpumalanga had been destroyed by the public battles and public spats. Yesterday there was chaos in Mpumalanga after two ANC members files for an urgent court interdict not to continue with the conference. According to a reputable source eNCA, it's reported that today the African National Congress (ANC) will be electing Mpumalanga leadership.
https://www.sowetanlive.co.za/news/south-africa/2022-04-05-premier-mtsweni-tsipane-lucky-to-make-it-to-the-pec/?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1649140605-1 Regardless of not making the best five of the ANC Mpumalanga initiative in the wake of neglecting to get an assignment during last end of the week's elective meeting, chief Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane made it as an extra part. Mtsweni-Tsipane, who showed up at the common meeting, neglected to assemble up help that would have seen her in the best six of the commonplace leader council (PEC).
ANC heavyweight in Mpumalanga province Mandla Msibi suffered a heavy blow when the ANC in the province and Premier Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane called for him to step aside. Mpumalanga Premier dropped the bombshell about the MEC following a meeting with the provincial executive committee (PEC), which decided that Msibi should step aside from participating in the party’s election campaigning as well his position as MEC for agriculture.
Mpumalanga Premier Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane on Sunday apologized for a "transitory pass" after she was gotten on camera not wearing a face cover during the authority burial service of priest in the administration Jackson Mthembu in Emalahleni. Notwithstanding, Police Minister General Bheki Cele said he had addressed the National Police Commissioner General Khehla Sitole to dispatch an examination concerning the direct of the head. Mtsweni-Tsipane's representative said the head had been "unaware of the reality"
Mpumalanga Premier Refiloe Mtsweni-Tsipane revealed on Tuesday that she has released the beleaguered MEC of Agriculture, Rural Development, Land and Environmental Affairs, Mandla Msibi from his duties. Simply put, this means MEC Mandla Msibi has been fired. Premier Mtsweni-Tsipane even went as far as saying that Mandla Msibi stand a chance to be considered for any position, only if he is found to be innocent by the courts of law, in case there is cabinet reshuffling.
Police serve Bheki Cele has conceded that police "gravely" dealt with the veil matter including Mpumalanga head Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane. The chief neglected to wear a veil during the memorial service of clergyman in the administration Jackson Mthembu at the end of the week - something that she has apologized for. "The issue was taken care of gravely from the side of the police, there is no uncertainty about that," said Cele, in a meeting with TimesLIVE on Wednesday. Mthembu, who passed on of Covid-19 difficulties
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Mpumalanga Premier Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane has censured as "phony news" charges that a relative has been named to appropriate Covid-19 immunization supplies in the territory. On Tuesday morning, a post became famous online via web-based media implying to show the new enrollment of an organization supposedly arranged to profit by the rollout of the immunization. The going with inscription says that "this organization enlisted on 29 January 2021 possessed by the girl of the head of Mpumalanga was given a delicate
The premier of Mpumalanga Mtsweni Tsipane says she was not aware that her mask fell off when she stepped out of her car.Before we can discuss about the law and other aspects of Covid-19 I think this reasoning it's insulting our level of intelligency.This happened when the premier was attending the funeral of Minister Jackson Mthembu . According to www.sabcnews.com ANC National spokesperson Pule Mabe says the party is encouraged by the Mtsweni's apology.How can you be encouraged with someone who's breaking the
South African police service Minister Bheki Cele has ordered an investigation on Mpumalanga Premier Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane. The Mpumalanga Premier was caught on TV not wearing a mask in public. South Africa is in a fight against the coronavirus pandemic after there have been rise of people testing positive for the virus. Mtsweni-Tsipane is seen hugging a senior female police officer who didn't even alert or instruct the premier of Mpumalanga to wear a mask. President Cyril Ramaphosa during his state address
Premier Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane delivers the welcoming remarks during the official service for minister Jackson Mthembu, she was caught on a camera without a mask while attending late Minister Jackson Mthebu's funeral on Sunday. At first, she tried to defend herself, with her spokesperson claiming it was a human error, and that the premier didn't realize that the mask had fallen off her face, how could a whole Premier not realize such a serious thing , what massage is she sending to the SA citizens, that corona
Mpumalanga Premier Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane has moved to excuse charges via web-based media that her relative was granted a delicate to disperse Covid-19 immunizations. On Tuesday, a picture surfaced via online media asserting that the proprietor of an organization called Jova Vaccine Supply was granted a dissemination delicate. It further asserted that the proprietor is identified with the head. "No individual from the Premier's family is associated with an undertaking called 'Jova Vaccine Supply'. Such