Bongani Bingwa: 'Manana is a misogynist, a liar and a violent man'

Manana is a misogynist, a liar and a violent man.

Bongani Bingwa, 702 host

Bongani Bingwa says there is no longer room for Mduduzi Manana in public life and the ANC must distance itself from him.

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He can no longer be a member of the National Assembly. He certainly can no longer be tasked with making the very laws he has been caught breaking.

Bongani Bingwa, 702 host

Maybe he can be offered a job in a filing job somewhere...in a dark dark room far away from humans especially if they are women.

Bongani Bingwa, 702 host

Bongani also weighed in those ANC leaders tainted with allegations of corruption and bad governance practices..

The departure - or not- of Supra Mahumapelo - is an indication that the President is beginning to win in his low-key strategy to deal with those who have brought his party into disrepute. It's slow and seems arduous and one at a time, but it seems they are beginning to fall.

Bongani Bingwa, 702 host

He cites Bathabile Dlamini as another such person who remains a member of Cabinet.

I suppose for now, she can thank the President for every day she remains in office, because she is going to need every cent she is currently earning, however undeservedly.

Bongani Bingwa, 702 host

Take a listen to this and Bongani's description of Mmusi Maimane 'being bruised' by President Ramaphosa in Parliament on Tuesday afternoon:


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