Sisulu dodges NEC bullet

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Tourism Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has been criticised for her negative comments earlier this month on the judiciary, the rule of law and the Constitution. Photo: Leon Sadiki
Tourism Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has been criticised for her negative comments earlier this month on the judiciary, the rule of law and the Constitution. Photo: Leon Sadiki

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The spirited push to clip Sisulu’s wings could not take off, as the party’s top officials insisted that the matter was not to be brought into meeting agendas through the back door.

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