The African National Congress (ANC) in Johannesburg withdrew its motion of no confidence against the city's mayor Herman Mashaba on Thursday.
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To discuss the motion of no confidence, Bongani Bingwa chats to Mashaba.
ANC has no sense of urgency and the motion was there just to waste council's time.— Herman Mashaba, Mayor - City of Johannesburg
On Wednesday, the
The ANC suspended its motion a the last minute after earlier releasing a statement and expressed confidence that Mashaba would vacate his position and saying it had support from other parties.
The ANC thinks we are playing games, this is a very serious matter and I am extremely angry about it. We can't say what they did was politics, it was pure thuggery.— Herman Mashaba, Mayor - City of Johannesburg
Mashaba says he wants to go to Parliament and expose ANC corruption over the last 24 years.
Johannesburg was the state capture capital of our country and I am happy to deal with this in a public environment to show that all three spheres of ANC leadership had their hands in the cookie jar.— Herman Mashaba, Mayor - City of Johannesburg
Listen below to the full interview: