ANC MPs who went against Zuma should be disciplined, says Zweli Mkhize
Some ANC structures are on a campaign to smoke out the more than two dozen ‘sell-outs’ who went against the party line in the no-confidence secret ballot
ANC MPs who voted with opposition parties in the motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma should‚ in principle‚ be disciplined.
That is the view of party treasurer-general Zweli Mkhize‚ who spoke to Eyewitness News on the sidelines of a lecture at Tshwane University of Technology’s Soshanguve campus on Thursday evening.
Mkhize was the keynote speaker at an event hosted by the Young Communist League.
Some party structures are on a campaign to smoke out "sell-outs" — ANC MPs suspected of voting to oust Zuma. More than two dozen governing party MPs may have supported the motion.
"I don’t have concrete information on who did what‚ but in principle‚ the ANC constitution demands disciplinary action‚" Mkhize told EWN.
One of the ANC MPs suspected of voting against Zuma‚ Mondli Gungubele‚ told TimesLIVE that he was "not worried at all".
Gungubele and other outspoken MPs such as Makhosi Khoza‚ Pravin Gordhan‚ Mathole Motshekga and Derek Hanekom are the prime suspects as they had previously said they would vote according to their conscience.