ANC won’t charge Vavi

By Andy Rice 22 June 2010

The ANC said on Tuesday morning that it will not be pressing disciplinary charges against Cosatu secretary-general Zwelinzima Vavi, who raised party ire when he openly accused senior ANC leaders of corruption and criticised President Jacob Zuma for not investigating the allegations. ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe said: "What Vavi says is chargeable, but the ANC gives a person a long rope, and when it deals with a person, it deals with them decisively." Read more: M&G


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