It's official, Gupta vendor finance beneficiary Mzwanele Manyi has found a new home in the ATM.
Former GCIS CEO Mzwanele Manyi will be back on the stand at the state capture commission of inquiry on Tuesday as the legal team wraps up their cross examination.
Manyi says he believes the ANC was no longer the right party to lead black people to liberation.
Called for comment, Manyi said he could not "confirm or deny" that he is joining the ATM.
Controversial former GCIS head Mzwanele Jimmy Manyi has been accused of attempted money laundering after he was dismissed from AADC.
Former owner of The New Age and ANN7 Mzwanele Manyi is set to announce his "new political home" this week, with speculation rife that he will leave the ANC.
Former cabinet spokesperson Mzwanele Manyi has been unveiled as the new policy chief of the pro-Jacob Zuma party, the African Transformation Movement (ATM).
The embattled South African businessman, who was recently forced to shut down his controversial broadcasting empire amid fierce financial woes, will be announcing a new political path on Wednesday.
After buying out and failing to sustain the Guptas’ dubious broadcasting empire – TV station ANN7 and The New Age newspaper – it’s been said, in snide, that Manyi’s political move may be to find his next Automated Teller Machine.
JOHANNESBURG - Former media mogul and African National Congress (ANC) member Mzwanele Manyi says he will be making an announcement that will change the political landscape of South Africa.
Mzwanele Manyi says he's turning his back on his political home for the last 30 years, the African National Congress (ANC), because it has failed to transform the country.
Former government spokesperson Mzwanele Manyi who has decided to leave the ANC to join a new political formation.
Mzwanele Manyi is set to reveal his "new political home" after the long-time ANC member announced he was jumping ship from the ruling party.
The race to the upcoming national and provincial elections has increased its tempo, with Mzwanele Manyi announcing he is joining a new political party.
Former government spokesperson and owner of the erstwhile ANN7 news channel and The New Age newspaper, Mzwanele Manyi, is poised to jump ship from the ANC.
The congress has accused the controversial former businessman of blindsiding the organisation by joining the fledgeling African Transformation Movement.
In this year's national elections South Africans will have more options in addition to the usual faces on the voting ballot.
Cape Town - Former government spokesperson Mzwanele Manyi is adamant his appearance before the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture will not cost his new party votes.
Just two days after he announced the African Transformation Movement (ATM) as his new political home, Mzwanele Manyi said the party would bring back the death penalty and scrap low pass marks in public schools if it came to power.
Mashatile also rubbished Manyi’s claim that the ANC had “done all it could do and is now very tired and fatigued”, reversing post-1994 gains, losing its hegemony and moral compass and reaching saturation point.
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