- Former Public Protector advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane is now a member of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF)
- Mkhwebane made the announcement at a media briefing and shared what motivated her decision on Monday afternoon
- Many South Africans were stunned by Mkhwebane's political move after her rocky past with the EFF
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Former Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane made a surprising announcement during a press briefing in Kwaggafontein, Mpumalanga on Monday.
Busisiwe Mkhwebane joins EFF
She revealed that she has joined Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) but is not seeking political positions within the party.
Mkhwebane highlighted her commitment to championing the rights of the underprivileged, a core principle she upheld during her tenure as the Public Protector.
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Busisiwe's tenure as Public Protector
The advocate's term as the country's fourth Public Protector ended early just one month ago.
SA weighs in on political decision
See some of the comments below:
"She has been a member for some time. "
"Do we know when Jacob and his daughter are joining the EFF? This would be very good news."
"The same EFF that didn't want anything to do with her when she was appointed. They even called her names, and said she was a spy.They called her a Gupta protector."
"Breaking news EFF member for 2 years."
"She must go straight to parliament."
Malema hopes Zuma will join the EFF, video of invitation leaves SA in disbelief: “That will be interesting”
Malema expressed that Zuma is more than welcome to join the EFF, just like Mzwanele Manyi, who jumped ship from the African Transformation Movement (ATM) and became a member of the red berets.
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Source: Briefly News