The statements by Secretary-General Ace Magashules and MKMVA spokesperson Carl Niehaus were insulting by the standards of the ANC's recent Twitter fight with Mbalula. Briefly.za said that Transport Minister Derek Hanekom retweeted a furious rumor, adding that he was "worth two cents" from what he had tweeted. Hanekom had previously accused Niehaus of "stealing money from people." In reaction to the barrage, Niehaus requested an apology from the minister and published ten of the minister's most obscene tweets. Source Texts should be visible.
Carl Niehaus, a notorious ANC politician, vowed to pursue legal action against Mbalula in an interview with News24 on Thursday afternoon. He claimed it was time to "teach him a lesson" for making malicious statements about him, despite the fact that his ANC membership had been suspended. He makes it plain in the video that he would take action against the minister.Suspended ANC member Carl Niehaus has demanded that Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula withdraw his statements and apologize or face prosecution over remarks he made on BBC Hardtalk regarding insurgency and coup d'état in which he was at the forefront of the problem of the rule of law. Niehaus claimed in a statement that Mbalula had deleted the tweet "Start twarit" as transport minister and that he worried former president Jacob Zuma, African National Congress secretary-general Ace Magashule, and public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane, all MKMVA, were making a stir.
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