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South Africa: Lindiwe Sisulu controversial article slams judiciary

A special report by LN24 SA correspondent, Nomava Vuke:

Lindiwe Sisulu is South African politician, a member of the parliament and National Executive Committee (NEC) of the African National Congress (ANC).

Last Sunday, Sisulu, in an article again published on Independent Online, admonished Lamola for penning an open letter challenging her remarks which have caused a public outcry. Sisulu said the Constitution did not embrace the experience of South Africans as a whole and according to her “especially the poor, the disenfranchised, the marginalised, and the excluded, it has failed in its primary function regardless of how it may offend us to accept such”.

She maintained that contrary to the views expressed by, in particular, acting Chief Justice Raymond Zondo regarding her utterance as being ill-conceived and seemingly formulated without any facts, she said had spent a considerable amount of time pondering the topic. Take a look at this report by LN24 SA correspondent, Nomava Vuke:

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