Vavi threatens to name and shame what he calls political hyenas
By Lelethu Mquqo
29 September 2010
Congress of South African Trade Union leader, Zwelinzima Vavi, has threatened to name and shame what he calls political hyenas that use money and company shares to buy support for their cause within the African National Congress Youth League.
This comes not so long after the conclusion of the ANC’s national general council in Durban.
In the conference, the party reined in the league over its premature raising of leadership succession issues.
Vavi said it was not the entire youth league that was in the wrong, but there were elements within it which advanced in what he described as dirty agendas of those who bought their support.