Topic:Bathabile Dlamini is so angry on Twitter, look what she's saying
The former social development minister Bathabile Dlamini was found guilty of perjury in early March 2022 for her role in the 2018 South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) grant payments crisis.
She also led the African National Congress's women's league as its president, although the organization was ultimately disbanded by the party's top leadership.
Baleka Mbete, not Bathabile Dlamini, has been appointed by the African National Congress to head the women's league task team.
This did not sit well with the former minister of social development, and she vented her frustrations on Twitter. "How many people have been ordered out of the buildings so they can face the integrity commission? The integrity commission has recommended the resignation of how many NEC members? Don’t rush give them a long rope", says Bathabile Dlamini.
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