Kenny Kunene still a member - EFF

2013-08-21 11:02
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Johannesburg - Controversial businessman Kenny Kunene has not resigned from the Economic Freedom Fighters, the party said on Wednesday.

"Kunene has not left the party... he has asked to be relieved of his leadership responsibilities," said spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi.

According to reports on Wednesday, Kunene had quit as EFF head of campaigns, mobilisation, and special projects.

Ndlozi said Kunene remained a member of the party.

In July, Kunene said he was going into politics full-time as a member of the EFF, led by expelled African National Congress Youth League leader Julius Malema.

Kunene wrote a scathing open letter to President Jacob Zuma before joining the EFF, criticising his leadership and referred to Zuma as "a monster and a tyrant".

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