Makhosi Khoza feels 'betrayed' by silent ANC amid death threats and intimidation
ANC MP Dr Makhosi Khoza says the ruling party's leadership has been quiet in the face of death threats and calls for her to resign.
ANC MP Dr Makhosi Khoza says she is disappointeding that ANC leadership has been silent following calls from the KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) ANC Youth League (ANCYL) calling for her resignation.
Khoza says she often fears for her life after receiving several death threats for publicly criticising the ruling party.
"I'm a living testimony of the amount of intimidation that is out there, says ANC MP Dr Makhosi Khoza on #TalkAtNine.— 702 (@Radio702) May 14, 2017
I fear for my children more than I fear for myself. The level of intolerance is very high.Dr Makhosi Khoza , ANC MP
I continue receiving death threats, even yesterday I received a death threat.Dr Makhosi Khoza , ANC MP
Khoza has spoken out against political intimidation and says the ANCYL in KZN has expressed plans to picket outside her house.
They've moved from pressing for me to be recalled, to wanting me to resign and they are saying they are going to picket outside my house.Dr Makhosi Khoza , ANC MP
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Khoza says she won't resign and says the ANCYL must take her to a disciplinary hearing if they want her to be recalled.
She says that the ruling party has been injudicious and admitted that she is in favour of a secret ballot in the motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma.
"I would prefer to vote by #SecretBallot, and I wonder if other MPs will be brave enough to make their own moral call." - Dr Makhosi Khoza— 702 (@Radio702) May 14, 2017
Take a listen to her candidly express her views with Karima Brown:
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