Andile Mngxitama

The party has dismissed reports that Jacob Zuma's supporters are planning to break away from the party as part of a propaganda campaign.
Religious, business, political leaders have called for support for Jacob Zuma ahead of his expected court appearance on Friday.
BLF says it wants to "shift the narrative away" from white monopoly capital.
"Land thieves are interdicting us," BLF spokesperson Lindsay Maasdorp said outside the court.
"There will be no comment until the investigation into the matter is concluded."
Andile Mngxitama prayed, and the gods answered.
The court rules the Sunday Independent can publish details of Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa's alleged affairs.
The SA Jewish Board of Deputies is considering taking action.
Mngxitama threatened with arrest if he continues to harass journalists.
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