African Transformation Movement is a party that was foundedn by Jimmy Manyi and it was believed that Jacob Zuma was behind it. The party leadership had apostolic church background. Kuli Roberts one of the veterans in the entertainment industry decided to join the party and Manyi announced her joining the team. Manyi said Kuli has signed up to serve the people of South Africa. Servant Kuli is ATM Councillor Candidate for Ward 65 in Pretoria.
“Due to unforeseen and confidential circumstances it is no longer possible to have Nomakula Roberts as a member and ward councilor candidate of the African Transformation Movement,” the statement starts off. “Further to the above Ms. Nomakula Roberts has to step down both as the member and ward councillor candidate at the ATM.” Manyi announced the decision, reversing that. Noone knows what happened. Perhaps. They fell out. Kuli is fashion and beauty tabloid journalist and television presenter. She is best known for co-hosting the SABC2 reality television show 'What Not To Wear'.
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