The Minister of Transport, Fikile Mbalula, says that he is tired of Carl Niehaus’ shenanigans as Niehaus is attacking the ANC and its President, Cyril Ramaphosa, everyday and he is employed at Luthuli House in the Secretary General’s office. He says that he is specifically being targeted because he supports Ramaphosa as the ANC president. Carl is organising marches against the ANC government and he claims to be doing that on behalf of the ANC. He says that at one point, Carl faked the death of his own mother and that Carl is a well-known suspect.
Mbalula says that the ANC belongs to all its members and that he has nowhere else to go and that he can’t be hounded out of the ANC by Carl Niehaus. He says that he hasn’t complained to the ANC through any of its structures as the marches against him originate from Luthuli House. He actually doesn’t know what Carl Niehaus’ job description is at Luthuli House. Maybe it is to organise marches.
Mbalula says that he will answer to the ANC when called upon to do so. Fikile Mbalula is the Minister of Transport in South Africa and the ANC is the African National Congress, the ruling party in South Africa, while Carl Niehaus is a member of the ANC and its disbanded military wing, the MKVA.
Carl Niehaus is well-known supporter of former President Jacob Zuma and he has stood by Zuma’s side throughout the corruption allegations leveled against Zuma. He attended almost all the court appearances that Zuma made in the arms deal saga and has recently taken a stand to oppose the Commission of Enquiry into allegations of state capture. He is particularly opposed to Zuma being summoned to give eveidence at the enquiry. Zuma has previously given evidence at the enquiry but could not finish his evidence as he objected to being cross-examined by the commission’s evidence leader, Adv Paul Pretorius. Zuma is due to appear at the commission in the third week of November 2020.
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Meanwhile Carl Niehaus responded in an interview with eNCA that Fikile Mbalula does not understand that the MK military veterans are entitled to employment in terms of the Military Veterans Act and that Prasa is one of those institutions that can provide that employment . He further states that they are opposed to the Zondo commission because the commission seems to be selective in dealing with issues of state capture and bent on targeting former president Zuma in its inquiry,
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