The African National Congress Youth League in the Free State has made public plans to burn copies of Pieter-Louis Myburgh's book. Gangster State: Unraveling Ace Magashule's Web of Capture claims to expose Ace Magashule's corruption in the province.
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After the launch of Pieter-Louis Myburgh's book claiming to reveal the true nature of ANC Secretary General Ace Magashule was disrupted by ANC protestors, the ANCYL has announced plans of their own.
According to Eyewitness News, the Free State branch of the Youth League has announced plans to burn copies of the controversial novel.
Those who disrupted the launch yesterday claimed that the novel was filled to the brim with nothing but deceptive lies.
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Reagan Booysen, secretary-general of the Free State, says that while he could not comment on yesterday's disruption, he stands by the plan to burn copies adamant that the book provides no proof.
Booysen says that the allegations put forward contradict itself, maintaining that they are blatant lies.
When questioned about the virtues of freedom of speech, he defended the actions, insisting that those who did not wish to take part could simply stay away.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier today that an open letter to Cyril Ramaphosa, questioning how the president could allow Ace Magashule to serve as a part of the ANC while he boasts of a 'new dawn' and renewal.
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