Former deputy higher education minister Mduduzi Manana could be facing another sanction for the assault of three women as Parliament’s ethics committee considers complaints brought against the convicted MP.Parliament’s spokesperson Moloto Mothapo said there had been a number of complaints received by the committee‚ chaired by Amos Masondo."The issue of Mr Manana is being dealt with by the [parliamentary ethics] committee because there have been a number of complaints submitted there. The committee has started the process and once they are done with their inquiry‚ they will submit their recommendations to the speaker [Baleka Mbete] for further processing by the house‚" Mothapo said.He said the complaints were submitted by the non-profit organisation Women’s Legal Centre‚ supported by Sonke Gender Justice. However‚ Mothapo could not confirm whether opposition parties have laid a complaint against Manana.On Monday‚ the Randburg Magistrate’s Court sentenced Manana to a fine of R100‚000 ...

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