The Nelson Mandela Foundation wants to meet with Zindzi Mandela following her controversial comments on land. This comes as Ekurhuleni Mayor Mzwandile Masina says she has every right to voice her opinion on the land issue.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation wants to meet with ambassador Zindzi Mandela following her social media posts on the land issue.
Communications director at the foundation told City Press that they would comment on the matter following talks with the ambassador to Denmark on her comments.
The Citizen reports that Ekurhuleni Mayor Mzwandile Masina has rallied behind Zindzi, commenting that:
“If Zindzi Mandela could address us in the 80s on behalf of her father at the height of apartheid, what will be difficult in 2019 for her to air her views on the land question which by the way we have resolve on as ANC. Land belongs to us, nothing more can be closer to the truth."
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that Zindzi had divided social media users, with some claiming that her comments went against unity and were contrary to her father's legacy.
Meanwhile, lobby group AfriForum has released a statement calling for Zindzi Mandela to be dismissed for her comments, addressing 'trembling white cowards' and 'thieving rapist descendants of Van Riebeeck'.
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