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ANCWL president Bathabile Dlamini.
ANCWL president Bathabile Dlamini.

The ANC Women’s League (ANCWL) in KwaZulu-Natal says its national president, Bathabile Dlamini, is yet to brief the organisation about her claim that her pension money has been blocked.

ANCWL provincial secretary Nonhlanhla Gabela speculated that the matter would maybe come up at an upcoming provincial meeting.

In 2018 the Constitutional Court found that Dlamini, who at the time was Social Development minister, lied in court papers when defending an application by Black Sash and Freedom Under Law around the distribution of social grants payments.

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