Eish! BLF Leader Takes Gloves Off, Drags Minister Gordhan To The Warring Floor


While many believe BLF leader Andile Mngxitama is one man that usually goes off the rocker in the game of politics, the leader, on the other hand, believes he is the liberator of blacks.

Yes, Mngxitama is one man that believes the whites should be sent parking from Mzansi for a number of reasons. By now, I hope you know that he is President Zuma’s most vocal supporter. Little wonder, he fights for him within and outside the ring.

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Mngxitama, a former member of the EFF, established the Black First Land First Movement after he was pushed out from the red block. And since then, he has been at war with not just Malema but with white monopoly propagandists.

He believes Zuma is being targeted by whites – who he said hunger for governance. Mngxitama has also never favoured Madonsela’s report on state capture; according to him, the ex-former Public Protector is a lapdog of the Whites.

This time, he has picked on embattled Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan. Speaking to reporters, the BLF threatened to rope Gordhan to court if he brushes aside the movement’s questions posed to him.

BLF Leader Andile Insisted Gordhan Has Been Captured

The BLF confirmed today that it has strong evidence to prove that Gordhan has been “captured by white monopoly capital, in particular by Johann Rupert”.

In respect to this, the movement said it has written to Gordhan on its website; demanding answers to the allegation. In addition, Mngxitama said the minister has 48 hours to respond to a series of questions or face a court application. The 48-hour period, he added, lapses at 15:30 on Friday.

BLF leader Andile Mngxitama threatened:

“If by that time the attorneys of BLF have not received material responses to the questions sent to Minister Gordhan; then summons will be served at the office of the National Treasury in Tshwane this afternoon.”

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In conclusion, the movement said Gordhan’s legal representatives have five days to oppose the matter and also prove that the minister didn’t carry out his duties impartially.