Thursday, December 13, 2012

Vavi a problem child - Minister

Deputy Minister of Higher Education Mduduzi Manana has labelled Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi a "problem child", according to a report on Thursday. 13 December 2012 | Sapa Manana accused Vavi of wanting to use the platform of the National Anti-Corruption Forum to start a new party, the New Age newspaper reported. "The alliance partners may remain critical of each other but they must not be counter-revolutionary. Vavi's behaviour and actions lead to the conclusion that he has intentions to establish his own party using an anti-corruption platform as a bandwagon," Manana said. Vavi was this week appointed chairman of the National Anti-Corruption Forum. Manana appealed to the African National Congress to "express itself" against Vavi's "counter-revolutionary behaviour" at its upcoming elective conference in Mangaung. Congress of SA Trade Unions spokesman Patrick Craven denied Manana's statements. Craven told the New Age : "There is not a shred of truth in any of this and if the deputy minister really believes what he is saying, it reflects a disturbing state of paranoia." The Citizen - - - - COMMENTS BY SONNY - - - If Zwelinzima Vavi is a problem child, then, we should have more 'Problem Children' in South AFRICA. Better than having a kleptomaniac as a president! Sounds as if we should have more than ten new political parties after ...MANAUNG! PROBLEMS CAN BE OVERCOME - CORRUPTION IS HERE TO STAY!! Does Deputy Minister of Higher Education Mduduzi Manana have fears of retrenchment?

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