AS IT HAPPENED: ANC calls for tolerance ahead of Magaqa's funeral

2017-09-14 09:46

The ANC has called on its members to be tolerant of people from other political parties who will be attending Sindiso Magaqa's funeral.

News24 journalists Kaveel Singh and Mxolisi Mngadi were reporting live from the event. Follow them here:

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14 Sep 16:24
Kaunda advises that comrades should leave their guns in cars during funeral. They'll be arrested

14 Sep 16:23
Mbalula: Magaqa's funeral should not be used for campaigning. Let's respect the family

14 Sep 16:17
Mbalula: Magaqa would have had views in December conference. Branches will speak in December

14 Sep 16:14
Mbalula: It doesn't make us happy when we see the ANC in court after conferences

14 Sep 16:10
Mbalula brags it was only him and Mandela who were SGs and Presidents of ANCYL

14 Sep 16:07
Mbalula says Magaqa will be buried by the ANC not by "Amadukudwane"

14 Sep 16:05
Mbalula: We should start a foundation to collect funds for Magaqa's children to use for university

14 Sep 16:04
Mbalula: What I saw on Magaqa's memorial service in Gauteng was not good 

14 Sep 16:02
Mbalula: The employers of his killers and corruption in the region will be dealt with

14 Sep 16:01
Mbalula asks community to be patient and come forward with evidence 

14 Sep 15:58
Mbalula: Hawks will look into the matter. We will catch you and you'll soil your pants 

14 Sep 15:57
Mbalula says Magaqa's killers were cowards. He did not have a gun in him. They're afraid of him even in death

14 Sep 15:56
Mbalula: The witch is in the house. Assures Sindiso's mother they'll catch the killers

14 Sep 15:55
Mbalula: Killers don't belong in the ANC 

14 Sep 15:55
Mbalula: Sindiso's killers must not sleep we will find them.Not only them but those who paid them 

14 Sep 15:51
Mbalula. Magaqa didn't go to court and say uplift my suspension. He served it until it was uplifted

14 Sep 15:49
Mbalula says even in the face of death, Magaqa stood for what he believed in

14 Sep 15:46
Magaqa: I'm happy we're together to give Magaqa a befitting farewell 

14 Sep 15:46
Mbalula: Neither did we know that in political killings, Magaqa will be one of them.

14 Sep 15:45
Mbalula: The Magaqa I know never deserted the ANC. Even in personal moment of darkness.

14 Sep 15:45
Mbalula: When he was unemployed he never called and asked for money.

14 Sep 15:44
Mbalula: Magaqa never joined EFF, he never followed Malema. When he was suspended he came back home.

14 Sep 15:43
Mbalula: After their suspension, phoned Julius when I heard him speak on SAFM. He confirmed they'll form political party

14 Sep 15:43
Mbalula: I asked Julius why he wanted to form political party. He denied it and blamed the media

14 Sep 15:42
Mbalula: He was militant not angry. He was not supposed to be suspended by ANC, he chose to be suspended

14 Sep 15:42
Mbalula: He was stubborn with purpose. Militancy and anarchy

14 Sep 15:42
Mbalula says Magaqa was not a political frog. He was solid

14 Sep 15:41

14 Sep 15:24
Fikile Mbalula extends condolences in his address. 

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Claims that Magaqa wanted to leave ANC are dismissed by Nzuza.

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Nzuza: As ANC we should come back and support Magaqa's family and children. 

14 Sep 15:13
Nzuza: The problem with ANC now is that some people are only after positions.

14 Sep 15:12
Nzuza: Magaqa knew that we are in poverty because some people stole our economy. 

14 Sep 15:11
Nzuza: Magaqa was a soldier of economic freedom in our lifetime. 

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Police, including Hawks, have been blamed for taking bribes when investigating murders of prominent people.

Even Senzo Meyiwa's murderers have not been arrested, a speaker from ANC Veterans League claims.


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Community Safety MEC Mxolisi Kaunda says Magaqa never had plans to leave the ANC.

That's not true.

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