Sexwale speaks out: "My courage has never deserted me"

Former Cabinet minister and African National Congress (ANC) leader, Tokyo Sexwale, says fighting for freedom was "worth it" despite challenges facing the country and the ruling party.

Sexwale says he is happy that more ANC leaders are speaking out against corruption and state capture allegations.

My courage has never deserted me. I'm glad other people's courage has come back.

Tokyo Sexwale, non-executive chairman of Trillian Capital

I'm glad there is more of us now, because there was a time when one was isolated.

Tokyo Sexwale, non-executive chairman of Trillian Capital

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