- Manana’s domestic worker lays charges for allegedly being pushed down the stairs by Manana
- The DA has laid three criminal charges against the AND MP
- DA states they will not rest until Manana is behind bars
Domestic worker Christine Wiro has laid charges against her boss Mduduzi Manana for allegedly pushing her down the stairs last week.
The former deputy minister of higher education and training faces three criminal charges. Those being for extortion, bribery and corruption.
Those who know the MP are not overly surprised by this situation and News24 reported yesterday that those who know him, and who have known him for a long time describe him as two words: spoilt brat.
Manana's lavish life
They speak about his lavish upbringing stating he spent vast amounts of money on booze and friends. Unfortunately, money can only take you so far, and some of those he worked with report that they resigned from their positions because they reported they could not work with him.
The DA has announced they are calling for the police to investigate an audio clip in which Manana allegedly offers Wiro R100 000 to drop the case.
Although she refused the deal, she dropped the case because she was scared.
Briefly.co.za reported recently in an article called: Support groups provide shelter and aid for Manana’s former domestic worker that:
- The Commission for Gender Equality and Cosatu have reached out to Mduduzi Manana’s former domestic worker after she accused him of assaulting her
- The Commission for Gender Equality said it would be monitoring the case and providing advice to Wiro
- Cosatu has provided Wiro with accommodation because she currently fears for her safety
Various support groups and women’s rights groups have reached out to and provided various forms of assistance to Mduduzi Manana’s former domestic worker Christine Wiro. She accused Manana of assault.
Wiro opened a case of common assault against the former deputy minister of higher education and training and current African National Congress (ANC) Member of Parliament (MP) Mduduzi Manana.
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