Floyd was exposed this week when it was reported that his brother, Brian, allegedly got R16m – R10m of which allegedly went to him, while the EFF got R1.3m.
As they celebrate their SRC victory at the Mpumalanga University campus they are also not happy that the provincial leadership didn’t assist them during campaigns.
Now the SASCO branch in the Mpumalanga University campus of Siyabuswa, KwaNdebele, wants provincial chairman Joseph Mhlolo to report to the national leadership that he failed to assist the campus.
In a statement this week, Siyabuswa SASCO campus chairman Peace Magagula said they received no support from the provincial leadership and that provincial chairman Joseph Mhlolo once came to campus and promised them T-shirts and did not deliver.
“As SASCO we are disappointed by the behaviour of our SASCO PEC,” Magagula said in the statement.
“They did nothing to assist us. Their focus was in Mbombela. We will like him to highlight as part of your report to the NEC that you failed us at Siyabuswa,” the statement read.
SASCO in Siyabuswa won all seats in last week’s SRC elections, beating the popular EFF Student Command.
“If it was not for the ANCYL we would be doomed in this campus.
“The contribution by the YCL and SACP is [appreciated],” he said.
Mhlolo was not immediately found for comment.
Magagula said they are planning a big event to celebrate their victory at the campus.
“We wish to [state] that SASCO deployees to SRC/CRC will serve all students equally regardless of their affiliations,” he said.
(edited by ZK)
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