Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande has launched a scathing attack on opposition parties in his speech at the SA Democratic Teachers Union's (Sadtu) eighth congress.
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I am ashamed to call this lickspittle bunch my government.
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- RT @vercingetorics: Nzimande to #Sadtu: Please continue to defend our organisation. 3 hours ago
- MT @vercingetorics: Nzimande to #Sadtu: Don't be defensive when we criticise you. 3 hours ago
- MT @vercingetorics: Nzimande: #Sadtu is no longer regarded as a union interested in the education of the African child. 3 hours ago
- MT @vercingetorics: Nzimande: #Sadtu's image is not good, it is being torn apart. 3 hours ago
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