Pastor accused Limpopo premier Stan Mathabatha of pursuing his wife

Pastor accused Limpopo premier Stan Mathabatha of pursuing his wife

- During one of his sermons, pastor Stanley Radzilani played an audio file

- The audio file allegedly featured the Limpopo premier confessing his love for the religious leader's wife

- According to the pastor, the premier tried to woo his wife in June and he released it to get back at the government

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Recently, an audio file made rounds on social media of a man telling a woman how he feels. The pastor claims the man in the audio is Limpopo premier Stan Mathabatha, who tried to win over his province's deputy, Florence Radzilani.

However, Florence is the wife of the religious leader and he took it upon himself to expose the premier's alleged infidelity.

In the audio file, a woman could be heard asking a man how he felt about her because they had been "together for quite some time".

The man, who the pastor claims is Mathabatha, then answers he wishes to take things to the next level and see where it goes.

The pastor goes on to say the audio file is legitimate and he was the one to leak it, The Sowetan reported.

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Radzilani said he played the audio to his congregation and leaked it online because the government was attacking his church by claiming it benefited from the VBS scandal.

"I invited pastors from other churches to come and listen to premier who lacks morals and ethical leadership," he said.

Briefly.co.za learned Radzilani said he was not going to act against the premier and that his wife was aware he was the one who leaked the audio.

However, a senior ANC official claimed the clip was an attempt to boycott Mathabatha's plans to run for premiership again.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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