Bathabile resigns as MP

Date: Jun 11, 2019

Bathabile Dlamini resigns as member of parliament

Bathabile Dlamini, the leader of the ANC Women’s League, has resigned as a member of parliament.

In a letter sent to secretary-general Ace Magashule, she took the opportunity to thank the ANC for allowing her to “serve the nation”.

“Serving the people of South Africa, the African National Congress and the African National Congress Women’s League is a wish of any young South African. It’s the greatest part of a life of all those that never had any home of all those who participated in mass struggles … but never blew their horn about their participation in the struggle.”

Dlamini raised her concerns at the behaviours “creeping into the African National Congress” that are not being addressed.

The letter further addresses provinces taking the ANC to court, which “put the organisation into disrepute, but because we were all going to conference these were not looked into”.

The “cloud” hanging over the ANC, Dlamini said, was made up of man-made issues, some of which included the judiciary, which has complained about its overreach through the Chief Justice, she said.

She said it was “worrisome” that NEC members had “fought all the presidents”.

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