Vytjie Mentor was a strong critic of, among others, the ANC, former President Jacob Zuma and the Gupta family, and made a number of devastating claims against them.
Former African National Congress Member of Parliament Vytjie Mentor. Image: Lindsay Dentlinger / EWN.
JOHANNESBURG – Former National Congress of the African Congress (ANC) Vytjie Mentor is the next witness who will testify to the State inventory tomorrow.
Mentor has been a strong critic of the ANC, former President Jacob Zuma and the Gupta family, among other things to make a number of devastating claims against them.
Here are just four of those claims:
& # 39; I WAS PURPOSE OF ZUMA SEKSUAL ADVANCES & # 39;
In her self-published book, No holy cowsMentor also claims that she has been a target of Zuma's sexual advances several times over the years.
She claims that he made sexual advances for the first time 25 years ago against her at an ANC conference in Durban when her first-born was only three months old.
Years later, as parliamentary chair of the parliament, she says Zuma tried to put his hands between her thighs during a meeting in his office.
"That's when I picked up my bag, hit it, left his office and the guard outside asked me what was happening and I said, ask him and then I left."
GUPTAS COULD SCORE SOCIAL SUBSIDIES SYSTEM CONTRACT & # 39;
In 2017, Mentor issued a statement about the attempt by the then Minister of Social Development, Bathabile Dlamini, to remove the fears of scholarships that are not paid out to the beneficiaries, on 1 April 2017.
"I can reliably learn that a Gupta family business will be appointed to the eleventh hour to distribute scholarships, and that they will also do the biometrics cards," she said.
JOB OFFER OF GUPTAS
In 2016, Mentor announced on Facebook that she had proof that Zuma was in the same house when the Gupta family offered her a job.
Mentor insisted that she confirm her claim that the Guptas offered her a ministerial post in exchange for a favorable business decision.
She said Zuma entered the room after she rejected the proposal.
ANCYL & ANWL SERVING ZUMA
In 2016, Mentor said that the national leadership of ANC Youth League and Women & # 39; s League are arbitrators of the ruling party that support patronage.
Their role, she said, is to serve the agenda of their master, Jacob Zuma.
Mentor will appear tomorrow for deputy chief judge Raymond Zondo.