Khoza still on defunct KZN ANC’s hit list
● The ANC in KwaZulu-Natal will continue with its disciplinary processes against outspoken MP Makhosi Khoza despite this week’s judgment that the election of the ruling party’s leaders in the province was unlawful‚ she said yesterday.
“They said they are going ahead with charging me‚ irrespective of the fact that they are illegitimate.
“On Sunday they are expecting me to appear. But I am still consulting my lawyer‚” Khoza told journalists on the sidelines of the Metals and Engineering Indaba, in Johannesburg yesterday.
KwaZulu-Natal was sent into a leadership crisis this week when the Pietermaritzburg High Court declared the results of the ANC’s 2015 provincial elective conference, at which Sihle Zikalala was elected provincial chairman‚ invalid.
The ANC in KwaZulu-Natal charged Khoza for bringing the party into disrepute and for ill-discipline after she made numerous calls for President Jacob Zuma to quit.
Her disciplinary hearing was due to start last Sunday but was postponed to this Sunday when her lawyer asked for more time to prepare.
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