ANCYL leaders disrupt media briefing, shout at journalist

2016-09-02 12:59

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Pretoria - Three youth league leaders in Tshwane have disrupted a media briefing called by members planning to occupy Luthuli House on the 5th of September.

Councillor and Youth League regional Chairperson Lesego Makhubela, Regional Secretary Ratshi Masahamba and Deputy Chairperson Ezra Letsoalo stormed the briefing, claiming that those attempting to demonstrate at ANC headquarters were not recognised by anyone.

Makhubela, screaming at former National Press Club Chair Jos Charle, said the organisation was counter revolutionary.

"The National Press Club is one of those working to help bring the ANC to its knees," He said.

Makhubela also said come Monday, they would be on standby to defend their political party.

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