Former EFF leader Jossey Buthane admitted to hospital


By Thabo Monyela

POLOKWANE- The President of the newly formed Workers Emancipation Trade Union (WETU) Jossey Buthane has been admitted to a private hospital in Polokwane.

According to an insider, the former EFF Limpopo leader has been hospitalised since last week Wednesday, for an unconfirmed illness.

Buthane’s led Union has since confirmed his hospitalisation and further updated that he’s currently recovering well in hospital.

While Buthane is in hospital fighting for his life, the EFF leader Julius Malema seemingly took a jab on him saying he can’t help a man who sold out to the EFF.

” I was asked to help a man who sold out to the EFF, by resigning from the legislature without informing the leadership and I had to hear from an ANC member that my soldier has resigned” Malema said while addressing the party’s candidate list in Durban.

Malema further said anyone who betrays loyalty, he crushes them to the grave.

After Buthane resigned as Limpopo MPL, he was then together with his PCT members disbanded citing poor performance. And since then, the relationship between Malema and Buthane has dwindled.

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