Lindiwe Sisulu Exposed for Allegedly Sharing ANC Plans for Phala Phala Vote With EFF in Explosive Leaked Audio

Lindiwe Sisulu Exposed for Allegedly Sharing ANC Plans for Phala Phala Vote With EFF in Explosive Leaked Audio

  • Lindiwe Sisulu may be in some serious trouble after leaked audio exposes her allegedly revealing ANC plans to EFF members
  • Sisulu supposedly had a call with EFF member Godrich Gardee where they exchanged notes on how ANC members planned to vote on the Phala Phala report
  • The tourism minister told Gardee it was the duty of MPs to impeach Ramaphosa for his indiscretions

PAY ATTENTION: Never miss breaking news – join Briefly News' Telegram channel!

CAPE TOWN - Tourism Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has some explaining to do after explosive leaked audio implicates her for allegedly sharing notes on the African National Congress' plan for the Phala Phala vote.

Tourism Minister Lindiwe Sisulu
Lindiwe Sisulu allegedly divulged ANC place to EFF member Goderick Gardee. Image: Sharon Seretlo
Source: Getty Images

In the audio, a voice supposedly belonging to Economic Freedom Fighter Godrich Gardee can be heard asking a woman, allegedly Sisulu if she was in Cape Town for the debate on the Section 89 vote on Phala Phala.

The conversation that follows Gardee can be heard trying to uncover which ANC members would vote along party lines and who would defy the ANC mandate to support President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Read also

Cyril Ramaphosa re-elected as president of ANC, clenching sweeping victory over Zweli Mkhize

Gardee started asking the tourism minister if she will stand up or chicken out when voting on whether an impeachment proceeding will be should be levelled against Ramaphosa, TimesLIVE reported.

PAY ATTENTION: Follow us on Instagram - get the most important news directly in your favourite app!

Sisulu's response was unintelligible. The EFF leader quickly moved on to Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA) Minister Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma adding she would be among the first to vote and needed to give South Africa hope.

Gardee asked:

"Is she game or not?"

To which Sisulu responded Dlamini has to be because the vote was a matter of national importance. The tourism minister added that MPs must impeach the president any time they have been found lacking and Ramaphosa's case was no different.

Full of questions Gardee probed where former health minister Zweli Mkhize and Dlamini-Zuma can work together for the sake of South Africans.

Read also

ANC conference: Ramaphosa interrupted during his speech, SA reacts: "Fighting for their empty stomachs"

When it came time to vote Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma was the first ANC MP to defy the mandate not to vote against Ramaphosa and voted in support of the impeachment proceeding against the president, EWN reported. Meanwhile, both Zweli Mkhize and Lindiwe Sisulu were noticeably absent during the debate.

South Africans react to the leaked conversation between Lindiwe Sisulu and Godrick Gardee

@davidson_home commented:

"Does not surprise, she is an absolute coward and gets everyone else to do her bidding when it comes to F2f actions."

@makwelasm added:

"No wonder Juju always knows the outcome of everything before it is announced."

@jobsmokoena claimed:

"If she has not been leaking ANC info to the red criminals, then she knows who has."

@Nkullu07 stated:

"She did the right thing."

Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma captures the hearts of Mzansi for defying ANC orders, ANC starts disciplinary process

In a related story, Briefly News reported that Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs of South Africa (CoGTA) Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma is being showered with praise on social media for her bravery.

Read also

Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma captures the hearts of Mzansi for defying ANC orders, ANC starts disciplinary process

Dlamini-Zuma defied the African National Congress (ANC)'s order to vote against the Section 89 panel's Phala Phala report and save President Cyril Ramaphosa from the impeachment process.

The defiant ANC member decided not to toe the party line and voted in favour of the report, a decision she does not regret, according to SowetanLIVE.

PAY ATTENTION: Сheck out news that is picked exactly for YOU ➡️ find the “Recommended for you” block on the home page and enjoy!

Source: Briefly News

Authors:
Lerato Mutsila avatar

Lerato Mutsila (Current affairs editor) Lerato Mutsila is a journalist with 3 years of experience. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Pearson Institute of Higher Education in 2020, majoring in broadcast journalism, political science and communication. Lerato joined the Briefly News current affairs desk in August 2022. Mutsila is also a fellow of the 2021/2022 Young African Journalists Acceleration programme, which trained African journalists in climate journalism. You can contact Lerato at lerato.mutsila@breifly.co.za

Online view pixel