Mzwanele Manyi lost his cool on social media after he was accused of being complicit in corruption that took place under former president Jacob Zuma's so-called nine wasted years.
Manyi, a former ANC member who later on went and joined the African Transformation Movement is being accused of being vocal against president Cyril Ramaphosa, yet when he was in the power circles during Zuma's era he never said anything.
"Don't come preaching about debilitating disasters here. You were in leadership circles and achieved nothing of positive consequence.
You are complicit in the destruction of nine wasted years and heavily implicated in state capture. You have nothing South Africans need," shots were fired at Mzwanele Manyi.
Manyi is one of those who rejected the final state capture commission report by chief justice Raymond Zondo which implicated him and recommended that he be further investigated. He said the report is not worth the paper it's written on and also that the report is like fruits of a poisonous tree.
Former president Jacob Zuma is also set to respond accordingly to Zondo's report after his heavy accusation that the former president let the Gupta family capture institutions under his watch.
Mzwanele Manyi however hits back at his opponent saying they are talking rubbish that he was complicit in corruption which took place under Zuma's nine years when they have no evidence to show for those accusations.
He claims those accusing him must be the actual crooks.
"You talking rubbish that you can't even substantiate.You are probably benefitting from this mess since 2018. You sound like a crook, you must be a crook," said Manyi.
Meanwhile, ATM is taking legal advice on whether to bring an urgent application to set aside the potentially "unlawful secret deal" between Ramaphosa and acting Public Protector Kholeka Gcaleka to extend the deadline to the 31 questions without notifying the complainant and the public.
They said lawyers have been given till Monday to advise them on which way to take after this secret extension of deadline between Gcaleka and Ramaphosa over a crucial matter.
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