Mondli Makhanya | Is Cyril afraid of rogue Lindiwe?

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President Cyril Ramphosa and minister Lindiwe Sisulu. Photo: GCIS
President Cyril Ramphosa and minister Lindiwe Sisulu. Photo: GCIS


In 2009 a certain Lindiwe Sisulu led a team of senior ANC leaders and pliable legal minds to help the party quash the criminal charges against Jacob Zuma.

The mission was to make sure that the president that the ANC had elected in 2007 would make it to the Union Buildings, despite the fact that he was as filthy as a landfill. For the ANC, Zuma had to be president of the republic regardless of his corruptive ways.

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