KZN NFP chairperson Mlotshwa claims audio clips were ‘doctored’

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National Freedom Party (NFP) KwaZulu-Natal provincial chairperson, Vikizitha Mlotshwa has rubbished claims that he is moonlighting for a rival political party.

He is the party’s sole MPL in the provincial legislature.

He was responding to allegations from the National Freedom Party Youth Movement (NFPYM) which accused him of mobilising support for the newly-formed KZN political party, the African People’s Movement (Apemo).

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