JOHANNESBURG - Former media chief and government mouthpiece Mzwanele Manyi said he was drawn closer by previous President Jacob Zuma to turn into his representative with the expectation that it would adjust the talk when it went to Zuma's name.
As he faces a few extended court fights, Zuma has as of late depended for the most part on explanations shared through his little girl Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla's Twitter page to convey his side of the story.
Manyi gets back to Zuma's side in an expert limit having hung his African National Congress (ANC) shirt in 2019.
Manyi said Zuma required somebody with tremendous information on how government worked.
"Presently that the majority of his issues include the period when he was in government, etc, I truly would be among individuals that ought to have the option to put any misinformation to rest."
He added that like some other expert who can support different associations at the same time, he saw no contention in being an African Transformation Movement (ATM) part and working for a previous head of the ANC.
This followed claims by some that ATM is an undertaking pointed toward falling the ANC and was set up by Zuma and suspended ANC secretary general Ace Magashule.
Manyi said not tolerating the work would be offering belief to these perspectives.
"There's no premise at all for that… everything's a ton of gibberish. I'm not going to permit gibberish to prevent me from making the right decision."
Zuma is as yet holding on to hear how the Constitutional Court will endorse him for being in disdain of court. This after he wouldn't get back to affirm before Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo at the state catch commission.
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