ANC reverses decision to reinstate Mpumalanga rape-accused leader

The ANC has reversed a decision to reinstate a rape-accused leader.

The ANC Mpumalanga has reversed its decision to reinstate a provincial leader accused of raping two eight-year-olds.

News24 confirmed that the provincial govt committee met on Thursday following public strain. The decision to reinstate him had triggered widespread outrage

ANC Mpumalanga performing chairperson Mandla Ndlovu confirmed the decision.

He mentioned the social gathering would problem a press release on the matter quickly.

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The man, 48, who can’t be named to defend the identification of the 2 alleged minor victims, was charged collectively together with his stepson, 26.

Earlier this week, the Nelspruit Magistrate’s Court relaxed bail situations in opposition to the accused to permit him to do his ANC work. He is out on R20 000 bail.

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