ANC turf war heats up in Mpumalanga as premier’s ally opens a case after death threats

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Siyabonga Malandule told City Press this week that an isiZulu-speaking alleged hitman phoned him twice. Photo: iStock/ SolidMaks
Siyabonga Malandule told City Press this week that an isiZulu-speaking alleged hitman phoned him twice. Photo: iStock/ SolidMaks

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Mpumalanga Premier Refilwe Mtshweni-Tsipane’s ally, who is also a member of her legislature support staff, has laid charges with the police after he received death threats from alleged hitmen.

Siyabonga Malandule told City Press this week that an isiZulu-speaking alleged hitman phoned him twice – on November 8 2021 and again on January 20 2022 – threatening to kill him.

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