Sisulu defies Ramaphosa over apology for attack on judges

2022-01-21 06:01:00 AM

Sisulu defies Ramaphosa over apology for attack on judges

Sisulu defies Ramaphosa over apology for attack on judges

Minister fires back after Ramaphosa’s office says she is sorry for stinging remarks on judges

20 January 2022 - 23:50Tourism minister Lindiwe Sisulu has distanced herself from a statement from President Cyril Ramaphosa’s office saying she had apologised for her stinging remarks on the judiciary, according to her spokesperson.Steven Motale confirmed the contents of a short statement distributed on social media in which Sisulu said she wishes to “categorically disown” the president’s statement as “a misrepresentation” of the outcome of a meeting she had with him this week...

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Sisulu must go. Out with Sisulu. Fire Sisulu Cyril. Wrong headline...once more Presidency lied about fake apology released by PresidencyZA which they maintain, they stand by their statement. This headline is misleading. It should be 'Sisulu distances herself from the lies in a statement by the Presidsncy, stating she doesnt retract or apologize'

Kindly explain how is it a defiance to distance yourself from a claim?

Ramaphosa vs Sisulu conflict deepens as minister denies agreeing to apologise for article attacking judgesTourism minister Lindiwe Sisulu has distanced herself from a statement by the presidency claiming she has apologised and retracted her article attacking the judiciary and the constitution. Ziyakhala ke manje Stellenbosch is not happy ke manje drama queen princess🤣

Ramaphosa vs Sisulu conflict deepens as minister denies agreeing to apologise for article attacking judgesTourism minister Lindiwe Sisulu has distanced herself from a statement by the presidency claiming she has apologised and retracted her article attacking the judiciary and the constitution. Lindiwe fooled them they jumped the gun the presidency let's wait and see what's next Its not going to end well for her. Lies have short legs.😁 Now CyrilRamaphosa must apologise for spreading fake news

UPDATE | Sisulu claims Presidency statement misrepresents Ramaphosa meetingTourism Minister Lindiwe Sisulu says she categorically disowns the Presidency's statement saying she has apologised. LindiweSisulu 1 Zondo and Ramaphosa 0 I'm not surprised, the Presidency e fereha ANC unity that won't happen,its like the reconciliation and the 🌈 nation dreams, won't succeed 'cause its one side that works for unity! Haaibo

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. You're lying 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. 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

BREAKING | Sisulu says Ramaphosa is lying, disowns 'apology' statement | News24In a surprising turn of events on Thursday night, Tourism Minister Lindiwe Sisulu effectively said President Cyril Ramaphosa was lying by claiming she had apologised and retracted her controversial comments about the judiciary. Le nyele ya masepa.

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

UPDATED 20 January 2022 - 23:50 Tourism minister Lindiwe Sisulu has distanced herself from a statement from President Cyril Ramaphosa’s office saying she had apologised for her stinging remarks on the judiciary, according to her spokesperson.2 hours ago Ramaphosa's people initially advised the president not to act against her, lest she appear as victim during a year where the ANC is scheduled to elect new leaders.In a short statement on Thursday evening, Sisulu said she stood by the article, which has been viewed as an attack on the judiciary and the constitution.#DStv403 Editor's note : This story has been updated JOHANNESBURG - Tourism Minister Lindiwe Sisulu claims the statement from the Presidency misrepresents her meeting with President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Steven Motale confirmed the contents of a short statement distributed on social media in which Sisulu said she wishes to “categorically disown” the president’s statement as “a misrepresentation” of the outcome of a meeting she had with him this week.. According to the presidency, Sisulu was reprimanded specifically for her attack on the judiciary in which she said those in the higher echelons of the judicial system were “mentally colonised” and had settled “with the worldview and mindset of those who have dispossessed their ancestors”.. The statement said Sisulu apologised after being “admonished” by President Cyril Ramaphosa at a meeting in Cape Town this week. B Premium This article is reserved for our subscribers. LISTEN | When government doesn't do its job, you can't blame the constitution: Mohammed Valli Moosa Content hosted by iono. A subscription helps you enjoy the best of our business content every day along with benefits such as articles from our international business news partners; ProfileData financial data; and digital access to the Sunday Times and Sunday Times Daily.

Already subscribed? Simply sign in below. “The content of the president's statement in its current form is unfortunate as it is not what we agreed on. She is believed to be campaigning to challenge Ramaphosa at the December ANC national conference. .