African National Congress (ANC) Member of Parliament Mondli Gungubele has said he will still vote against retaining President Jacob Zuma in office in the upcoming vote of no confidence, should the situation around him not change, reported News24.
This week the ANC in KZN instituted disciplinary charges against another ANC MP Makhosi Khoza who has strongly criticised Zuma and said she would also vote against him.
Gungubele, aformer mayor of Ekurhuleni a speaks to The Midday Report's Stephen Grootes, saying he is sticking to his guns on this issue.
There is a clear clause in the ANC constitution in 25: 17.16 that says if anyone of us, either in collaboration or behalf of an individual or group, create conditions where it is made difficult to run or stabilise the organisation, that is viewed as a breach of conduct.— Mondli Gungubele, ANC MP
I find it difficult to have confidence in the President.— Mondli Gungubele, ANC MP
Gungubele goes on to say that you have the Black First Land First (BLF) that undermine journalists and attribute their actions to the President, who hasn't yet refuted any links to them.
To discipline people like Khoza... is like shooting an alarm system in an operation which is bigger than the alarm. The alarm indicates the problem.— Mondli Gungubele, ANC MP
There are bigger problems in the ANC. We've seen the leaked emails and some people have accepted the truthfulness of those leaks.— Mondli Gungubele, ANC MP
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