Vytjie Mentor concerned about her safety

Vytjie Mentor has accused the controversial Gupta family of offering her a ministerial job.

Former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor. Picture: Facebook.

JOHANNESBURG - Former African National Congress (ANC) Member of Parliament (MP) Vytjie Mentor, has expressed fear for her safety, saying that should anything happen to her or her family the suspect will be easy to identify.

Mentor has accused the controversial Gupta family of offering her a ministerial job - a claim the family categorically denies.

Today, she took to Facebook again, posting public messages to say that she stands by her allegation and that the full truth will eventually be known.

I chaired the ANC National Parliamentary Caucus when President Zuma was a Deputy President. He sat next to me and spoke...

Posted by Vytjie Mentor on Wednesday, 16 March 2016

President Jacob Zuma says he has no recollection of Mentor.

The former MP has posted a lengthy Facebook message detailing all of the meetings they sat in where they took place and how often.

Some, she says, were held weekly.

Mentor says she worked with Zuma in the Northern Cape and has known him since his return from exile.

She also promises more revelations about the Gupta family.

There has been no fresh comment from the Guptas, nor the Presidency - but both have firmly denied Mentor's claims.