Secretary General of the African National Congress Amathole Region Thembalethu Ntuthu He said he was pleased that his corruption case was dismissed by the Mthatha High Court in the Eastern Cape.
Earlier this week, a court rejected the National Attorney’s Office’s attempt to put the matter back on the list.
This involves a fraudulent trash bag worth Rs 10 million at Butterworth-based Mnquma Local Municipality, which started in 2017.
Ntuthu is expected to face off head-to-head with incumbent local minister Lulama Ngcukaithobi at the upcoming ANC provincial meeting.
He says the problem negatively affected his political career.
“It’s been a really disappointing time politically and personally. It’s not good to ask questions in your name. It’s not good right now and I don’t get the day to go back to court and clarify the matter, but it causes unnecessary delays in the courts. But I believe in our democracy. I hoped to trust the system of
Regional Minister Amathole Drops Corruption Charges Against Himself – SABC News
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