Is it indefinite leave or not? Time will tell #SupraMahumapelo
The spokesperson for Supra Mahumapelo says the terms of the North West Premier's leave of absence will be communicated soon.
Speaking to Bongani Bingwa, Brian Setswambung says he cannot be asked about the terms of the leave of because he is not the ANC.
He further says that the Premier did not leave the office vacant, since he appointed Wendy Nelson as acting Premier.
The Premier is entitled to take leave like any other public representative.Brian Setswambung, Supra Mahumapelo's spokesperson
It's not an indefinite leave. We are hoping that clarity will be provided about the definite nature of that leave, but it's not indefinite as we speak.Brian Setswambung, Supra Mahumapelo's spokesperson
Meanwhile, Revolutionary Council member Solly Bokaba says the ANC must intervene.
The ANC must recall him with immediate effect and he must resign as a Premier of the province.Solly Bokaba, Revolutionary Council member
He has proven to be a pathological liar.Solly Bokaba, Revolutionary Council member
Listen to where Bokaba believes things have gone wrong in the province....
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