ATM welcomes Manyi to the party
Former Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) boss and Afro Worldview media owner Mzwanele Manyi has joined the African Transformation Movement (ATM).
The secretary-general, Thandisizwe Khukula says it is happy that Manyi has joined the party.
We want to register to all South Africans that Manyi in our view is adding value to the party. We don't just want people to register only because they just like the ATM. We are happy when we get people who are of high quality, who will add value and whose character is the same as the character of the party.Thandisizwe Khukula, Secretary-General of ATM
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