- Unlike the previous time, Andile Mngxitama wasn't given a chance to speak at Jacob Zuma's court appearance
- This comes after the BLF leader openly and loudly criticised the ANC the last time
- The ANC and Zuma apparently came to an agreement that no critics of the president will be allowed to speak
The Black First, Land First leader, Andile Mngxitama, didn't get to speak at Jacob Zuma's court case on Friday, 30 November.
Andile was reportedly supported by Zuma after his previous appearance on 27 July, but that support is seemingly gone.
As reported by The Citizen, no one who is openly against the president was given a platform to speak on in Pietermaritzburg.
This comes after Andile criticised the ANC for letting Zuma face prosecution. The BLF leader also verbally attacked AfriForum.
Briefly.co.za gathered that Zuma and the KZN ANC leaders came to an agreement: No vocal Ramaphosa critics will be given the chance to speak at Zuma's court appearance.
This includes the BLF leader as well as Supra Mahumapelo, former NW premier.
Zuma briefly spoke outside the court building; his case has been postponed until May 2019.
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