IFP goes to court to prevent Gumede appointment


File: IFP flag and supporters




DURBAN - The IFP wants Zandile Gumede out of the KwaZulu-Natal legislature.

The party filed court papers challenging her re-appointment as an ANC MPL on Wednesday.

It said the decision was irrational.

READ: IFP welcomes Gumede's removal 

In a statement, the party said, "this matter goes beyond the Zandile Gumede-saga. The ANC must be sent a clear message that the country can no longer tolerate the ANC's business-as-usual approach when it comes to placing corrupt individuals at the helm of key institutions."

The former eThekwini mayor was sworn in in August but was later put on a leave of absence after a huge public outcry.

Gumede was fired from her mayoral position in 2019 after she was charged with corruption, fraud and racketeering.


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