Minister Of Education Violently Assaults Woman Who Called Him 'Gay'

Minister Of Education Violently Assaults Woman Who Called Him 'Gay'

Meanwhile, Manana has apologised, but is it enough?

The minister fielded questions from the media on Manana's apparent special treatment, after video footage emerged showing that he had been escorted through the back door of the Randburg Magistrate's Court, with police protection.

Minister of Police Fikile Mbalula confirmed in a statement that a case of assault had been opened against Manana.

"This assault is a shocking indictment on Manana and he must now face the full might of the law", said the party's spokesperson on higher education and training, Hlomela Bucwa.

"Arrests need to be done procedurally", Mbalula said.

But social media users were calling for Manana to be sacked.

"A flawless example of patriarchal protection, particularly for those in power, is that to this day Deputy Minister of Higher Education Mduduzi Manana who admittedly assaulted a woman has not been arrested", said the EFF.

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Speaking on the sidelines of a Women's Day event hosted by her foundation in Johannesburg‚ Madonsela said the incident was symptomatic of a society that was violent in word and deed.

"Arrests themselves are not punishments".

Zuma said he had been disturbed by the incident involving Manana.

Mjonondwana has dismissed claims that Manana received preferential treatment, highlighting that he was treated like any other accused person.

Mbalula spoke strongly about the scourge of women abuse.

SABC journalist Lumko Jimlongo said the victim was attacked as she walked towards the exit. He has said he wants to do what is required of him.

"We wish to emphasise that nobody is above the law when it comes to crimes against women".

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