Sisulu apologises for controversial column after being 'admonished' by Ramaphosa, presidency says

President Cyril Ramaphosa has reprimanded tourism minister Lindiwe Sisulu over her controversial article attacking the judiciary and the constitution.

2022-01-20 09:15:00 PM

President Cyril Ramaphosa has reprimanded tourism minister Lindiwe Sisulu over her controversial article attacking the judiciary and the constitution.

President Cyril Ramaphosa has reprimanded tourism minister Lindiwe Sisulu over her controversial article attacking the judiciary and the constitution.

Ramaphosa is said to have specifically scolded Sisulu for her attack on the judiciary, which the acting chief justicedescribed as being insulting as he urged for action to be taken against her.PODCAST | When government doesn't do its job, you can't blame the constitution: Mohammed Valli Moosa

Content hosted by iono.fmSisulu wrote in the article: “Today, in the high echelons of our judicial system are those mentally colonised Africans, who have settled with the worldview and mindset of those who have dispossessed their ancestors. They are only too happy to lick the spittle of those who falsely claim superiority.

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Let us move on guys what she said nobody can erase it You're fake news. LindiweSisuluSA please report this propaganda machinery to the ombudsman. SAEditorsForum look at the standard of media that you want us to respect 💁‍♂️💁‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤷‍♂️ Stop with the lies 🤥🤥🤥 That's not enough she doesn't deserve my salary

The messages is delivered. We are Led by Serial Liars. Her grandfather was a white colonist... Lies The ink is not even dry, and.... 😀😀 Nazo

Sisulu apologises for controversial column after being 'admonished' by Ramaphosa, presidency saysPresident Cyril Ramaphosa has reprimanded tourism minister Lindiwe Sisulu over her controversial article attacking the judiciary and the constitution. 'I'm sorry ke!' She had an opportunity to stand for something but as always the political stomach won What did she hope to achieve? She thought she can get away with murder, eggs are on her face, thinking she is untouchable you have made a terrible mistake, but a warning to others to tour the line, South is far from being a banana republic. Is your name and crederbility at stake

You have no shame.. Such lies on a Thursday night. Busy running fake news sies! Great news to hear. Reprimand sisulu is weak thing she can voetsek aswell Now he has powers to discipline?.. This is the man who went to court to say he doesn't have powers to discipline his ministers, we're here eMzansi. When the public protector said he should reprimand Pravin, Cyril said he is not sure if he has the powers to reprimand a minister 🤣🤣🤣😂😂😂😂 How times have changed😂😂😂

Lies This is not LindiweSisuluSA apologising, but PresidencyZA on her behalf, you can silence her. For us only Judge Hlophe who has proven that he is not in the category of 'Mental Colonised African Justices'. He has set himself apart Presidency Abathengisi bathengisa ngoMkhonto I'm here to show my appreciation to TarellaCampbel who took me out from zero to hero. I'm so glad to be among your winning team ma'am and I will always show my gratitude and work with you always.

You're lying

Lindiwe Sisulu retracts 'unsubstantiated', 'inappropriate' comments on judiciaryAccording to the Presidency, Sisulu has conceded that her words were 'inappropriate'. now she needs to apologize to karynmaughan for that inappropriate verbal attack on Karyn. She is a fool who believes she is entitled - she is a totally useless & incompetent public servant who has added zero value to this country Incase she falls for a promise to be a deputy president, she'll need to remember how they're treating DD.

A bad week for Lindiwe SisuluThe breathtaking shoddiness of Lindiwe Sisulu's writing should serve as a salutary warning to every politician and CEO. Mxm

Sisulu apologises for controversial column after being 'admonished' by Ramaphosa, presidency saysPresident Cyril Ramaphosa has reprimanded tourism minister Lindiwe Sisulu over her controversial article attacking the judiciary and the constitution. 'I'm sorry ke!' She had an opportunity to stand for something but as always the political stomach won What did she hope to achieve? She thought she can get away with murder, eggs are on her face, thinking she is untouchable you have made a terrible mistake, but a warning to others to tour the line, South is far from being a banana republic. Is your name and crederbility at stake

Lindiwe Sisulu retracts 'unsubstantiated', 'inappropriate' comments on judiciaryAccording to the Presidency, Sisulu has conceded that her words were 'inappropriate'. now she needs to apologize to karynmaughan for that inappropriate verbal attack on Karyn. She is a fool who believes she is entitled - she is a totally useless & incompetent public servant who has added zero value to this country Incase she falls for a promise to be a deputy president, she'll need to remember how they're treating DD.

YACOOB ABBA OMAR: Could 2022 be the year our government gets its act together?After a tumultuous year, we can say the centre has held under Cyril Ramaphosa 🔒 How many years has he been in office? It’s amazing that there are ppl who are still deep on the new don dream, the sooner you wake up the better. Cyril is a failed experiment which will not recover from the worse performing President in the history of ANC. What the hell? Why lie unprovoked!?

According to the presidency, Ramaphosa met Sisulu earlier this week, and"admonished" her for the piece she authored titled"Hi Mzansi, have we seen justice?", published on January 6. Ramaphosa is said to have specifically scolded Sisulu for her attack on the judiciary, which the acting chief justice described as being insulting as he urged for action to be taken against her. PODCAST | When government doesn't do its job, you can't blame the constitution: Mohammed Valli Moosa Content hosted by iono.fm Sisulu wrote in the article: “Today, in the high echelons of our judicial system are those mentally colonised Africans, who have settled with the worldview and mindset of those who have dispossessed their ancestors. They are only too happy to lick the spittle of those who falsely claim superiority. “The lack of confidence that permeates their rulings against their own speaks very loudly, while others, secure in their agenda, clap behind closed doors." Sisulu has since, according to a presidency statement on Thursday night, retracted and “conceded that her words were inappropriate”. She also affirmed her"support for the judiciary”. The presidency quotes Sisulu as having said in her retraction: “I accept that my column has levelled against the judiciary and African judges in particular unsubstantiated, gratuitous and deeply hurtful comments. “I retract unequivocally my hurtful comments. I recognise that many women and men judges past and present have served their country in the judiciary with dedication and patriotism and some have made sterling sacrifices in the fight against apartheid and colonialism. I apologise for and regret the hurt I have caused the judiciary.” TimesLIVE