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Thandi Modise Firmly Denies Reports Of Joining MK Party

Modise reaffirmed her unwavering loyalty to the ANC, emphasising that it has been her political home since the early 1970s.

The Minister of Defence and Military Veterans, Thandi Modise, has firmly denied rumours circulating that she has left the African National Congress (ANC) to join the uMkhonto weSizwe (MK) Party.

Modise expressed her disappointment and disbelief at the reports, labelling them as “fake news.” She categorically rejected any claims of resigning from her position in Cabinet or her intentions to join another political party.

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Modise reaffirmed her unwavering loyalty to the ANC, emphasising that it has been her political home since the early 1970s.

She highlighted her extensive history of service to both the party and the South African people, having held various positions, including Member of Parliament, Speaker of the North West Legislature, deputy secretary-general of the ANC, premier of the North West Province, chairperson of the National Council of Provinces, speaker of the National Assembly, and currently, Minister of Defence and Military Veterans.

In addition, Modise expressed her complete confidence in President Cyril Ramaphosa’s leadership. She condemned the dissemination of false reports, describing them as “barbaric acts of wedge drivers” aimed at destabilising the ANC and the government.

Modise urged the public to exercise caution and be vigilant when consuming news from unverified sources.

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Meanwhile, in a separate incident, former ANC member of the provincial legislature and MP Mervyn Dirks was expelled by the ANC in KwaZulu-Natal for joining the MK Party. Unlike Modise, Dirks openly acknowledged his affiliation with the MK Party and expressed his determination to mobilize support for the party.

As Minister Modise continues to fulfill her government responsibilities assigned by President Ramaphosa, she remains an active member of the ANC’s National Executive Committee, which is currently engaged in an intensive campaign for the upcoming national general elections.

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