An ANC statement this week slammed Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan and national executive committee member Senzo Mchunu. On Wednesday night the party posted a statement signed by acting spokespeople Zizi Kodwa and Dakota Legoete which said that Gordhan and Mchunu had attacked black professionals. Gordhan responded wtih an angry letter.
Gordhan's Strong Letter to Magashule Prompts ANC's Reversal and Humiliating Apology
Daily Maverick, 21 February 2019
There was yet another sloppy spillover of infighting in the governing party as the ANC, chasing the ghosts nobody else could see, slammed minister Pravin Gordhan and NEC member… Read more »
The ANC statement on Facebook.
ANC Tells Gordhan, Mchunu 'Sorry, We Were Wrong'
News24Wire, 21 February 2019
The ANC has done an about-turn after issuing a statement criticising Pravin Gordhan and Senzo Mchunu for allegedly "attacking" black professionals. Read more »
Gordhan Demands Apology From ANC After Party Says He 'Attacked' Black Engineers
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan is demanding an apology from the ANC and the retraction of a statement the party issued on Wednesday. Read more »
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has said that a discussion will have to be held on whether energy parastatal Eskom should be split into three separate entities. This ... Read more »
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