ANCWL taunted at protest signals exciting development in democracy

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ANCWL taunted at protest signals exciting development in democracy

The ANC Women's League insisted that it's president Bathabile Dlamini be included in President Ramaphosa's new Cabinet.

There has also been the broader realisation among women that the ANC has done very little to stem the tsunami of violence against women, despite its frequent fine sermons on the issue.

It was not surprising that former minister and ANC Women’s League (ANCWL) leader Bathabile Dlamini was subjected to scorn and abuse when she turned up at yesterday’s #SandtonShutdown protest against gender-based violence.  The protesters – a coalition of 70 civil society groups – were marking the rape and murder of University of Cape Town student Uyinene Mrwetyana.  They made it clear that they believed Dlamini and her ANCWL comrades were trying to hijack the event and turn it into an ANC one.  Dlamini was taunted with the name Kwezi, once used for a woman who accused ex-president Jacob Zuma of...



 


 

 

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