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Tony Sithembiso Yengeni

Date of Birth: 11/10/1954


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MK vs JZ

Now Nyanda has called a meeting on 17 December of MK veterans, including ANC heavyweights and National Executive Committee members Tony Yengeni, Bheki Cele and Thenjiwe Mtintso, once Ambassador to Cuba...


Purges and placements

Tony Yengeni, the firebrand populist who was against Zuma, was removed from ANC’s Political Education Committee and replaced by Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa...


Zuma delays judgement day

One of the acknowledged authors was ANC veteran Tony Yengeni, who presented it as a synthesis of ideas for discussion, not an attempt to overturn policy directions...


Malema and Zuma mass their armies

Njenje is close to Malema and aligned with the ANC’s ‘African nationalist’ bloc, which includes Tony Yengeni, former party Chief Whip, Billy Masetlha, former NIA boss, and Madikizela-Mandela, ex-wife of President Nelson Mandela...


The fight of the century

Housing Minister Tokyo Sexwale, Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula, and the former ANC Chief Whip, Tony Yengeni – all opponents of a second term for Zuma – are rumoured to be ready to testify for Malema...


Suddenly, the nationalisation talk gets serious

Influential ‘African nationalists’ in the ANC, such as Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, Billy Masetlha (former head of the National Intelligence Agency), Tony Yengeni (head of ANC political education) and Siphiwe Nyanda (former head of the South African National Defence Force), also back the call for nationalisation...


Zuma and the securocrats

The report says Tokyo Sexwale had formed an anti-Zuma alliance comprising KwaZulu Natal Premier Zweli Mkhize, ANC Youth League (ANCYL) President Julius Malema, ANC Treasurer Mathews Phosa, Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula, Justice Minister Jeffery Thamsanqa Radebe, National Executive member Tony Yengeni and ANC provincial leaders David Mabuza and Cassel Mathale...


In a league of his own

General Secretary Mantashe has recommended that the ANC’s National Executive Committee charge Malema with bringing the party into disrepute; a hearing is expected shortly, with Malema mobilising allies on the NEC such as former National Intelligence Agency head Billy Masetlha, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, Deputy Police Minister Fikile Mbalula and Tony Yengeni...


Zuma's surprise package

Nzimande, Tony Yengeni and Siphiwe Nyanda are emerging as Zuma's key political allies, while the centrists Cyril Ramaphosa, Kgalema Motlanthe and Phosa are likely to be sidelined, ready to move on should the Zuma project fail...


Topping the charts

Number 20 was former ANC Chief Whip Tony Yengeni, convicted of corruption in the controversial arms deal...


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