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'We Were Taught Discipline In ANC, Not To Be Sellouts' Bathabile Dlamini

Bathabile Dlamini, a prominent member of the ANC, is once again taking aim at party colleagues whom she claims have decided to adopt a sellout stance due to their love of materialism.

Although it is unclear who she is referring to, Bathabile Dlamini implies that some comrades are being paid to remain silent about matters they should be discussing. Several ANC colleagues have remained silent regarding the Phala Phala affair involving President Cyril Ramaphosa as if it did not occur.

Those ANC comrades who are speaking out against Cyril Ramaphosa's chances of winning a second term have been labeled saboteurs. Bathabile Dlamini insists, however, that she will not take a sellout position, but will speak out, as she was taught to do during her ANC upbringing.

"Cdes who contributed to my advancement within the ANC are astounded. Skhumbuzo, the son of man, Harry Gwala, and Winnie Mandela all looking at me with dismay. MaThomas and MaBertha taught us a great deal, the basis of which was discipline, but not the discipline to be traitors "stated Bathabile Dlamini.

Critics responded to Bathabile Dlamini by stating that discipline entails telling close friends and family members the truth when they are wrong and holding them accountable when they drop the ball. Even when the truth and facts are in your face, you should not shield and defend them.

Dlamini says that people are judging her as an idiot because she has remained silent.

"When you remain silent and stare at them, they conclude that you are an idiot. Today's calm and patronage, along with materialism, are unmistakable sellout postures. We are made kids. Let us speak and stand for the truth "She stated,

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