WATCH: Bathabile Dlamini’s thinly veiled threat to Ramaphosa

African National Congress Women's League (ANCWL) President Bathabile Dlamini during the national Women's Day celebrations at the Union Buildings on August 09, 2016 in Pretoria, South Africa. August 09, 2016 marks the 60th anniversary of the historic 1956 Women's March on the Union Buildings against the discriminatory pass laws. Picture: Gallo Images

The deputy president has ‘experience in violence against women’ says the leader of ANCWL.

“We want to say to comrade deputy president if you want to speak out about violence against women and children, talk about yourself.

“You must open up, and it’s nice because you said you know how difficult it is for a woman to take a stand on this issue. And you do have the experience,” said Dlamini.

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Dlamini made the comments after Ramaphosa gave an interview with 702 where he said he believed President Jacob Zuma’s rape accuser Khwezi Kuzwayo who brought forth the allegation in 2005.


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