Derek Hanekom ‘a known enemy agent’, claims Zuma

Derek Hanekom ‘a known enemy agent’, claims Zuma

Former president Jacob Zuma has reacted sharply to former African National Congress (ANC) cabinet minister Derek Hanekom’s confession that he met with the opposition ahead of a vote of no confidence.

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This follows Hanekom’s admission to meeting with a senior member of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) to discuss the tabling of a motion of no confidence in the then president.

The former head of state took to Twitter on Thursday to say that he is not surprised by the Hanekom revelation and dubbing him “enemy agent.”

This is spite of the fact that Hanekom served in Zuma’s cabinet as Minister of Tourism.

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Meanwhile, the Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) has called for the immediate expulsion of Hanekom from the ANC.

“The national executive committee must further deal with Hannekom on the basis that he must be expelled for having contravened with the constitution of the ANC,” says spokesperson Carl Niehaus.

The ANC NEC is set to meet this coming weekend.

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