ICYMI: Mduduzi Manana resigned from Ministerial post

2017-08-21 14:08
PHOTO: Madelene Cronjé,MG

PHOTO: Madelene Cronjé,MG

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The former Deputy Minister of Higher Education admitted to assaulting a woman at Cubana in Fourways and is currently under investigation. 

The minister after a few weeks since the scandal broke,  released a statement on Saturday in which he resigns from his ministerial role and states that he has begun to seek professional help.

Social media reacted to the news with joy but also still stating that he should resign as a member of Parliament.

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